First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Prime Minister Theresa May have met for talks in London after clashing over a second Scottish independence vote.

The Downing Street summit was part of what Mrs May called an “enhanced role” for the Scottish government in Brexit.

But before the talks, she told MPs that “the last thing we want is a second independence referendum”.

Ms Sturgeon hit back, saying that the prime minister was “running scared from the verdict of the

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