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Today I asked Theresa May which organisations and individuals were briefed on her Brexit Deal; what order they were briefed; and how she prioritised briefing those bodies.

The Prime Minister did not want to provide an answer because it wasn’t until later in the day after the Chief Minister for Gibraltar had been briefed that Ministers of the Scottish Government were.

Scotland is below Northern Ireland, Gibraltar and the Isle of Man in the UK Government’s considerations on Brexit negotiations.

Whereas Ireland – an independent country – has been given nothing but support from other independent EU member states.