The Scottish and UK governments have clashed in a fresh row about how powers will be shared out post-Brexit.

Plans for how a UK-wide “internal market” will operate after the country leaves the EU have been published.

UK Business Secretary Alok Sharma told BBC Scotland that the move would see “the biggest transfer of powers in the history of devolution”.

But Scottish Constitution Secretary Mike Russell said this was a “lie” and that powers would really be taken away.

The proposals were set out in a white paper, with legislation to follow later in the year.

Ministers unveil post-Brexit powers for UK nations

When the UK cuts its final ties with the EU at the end of the Brexit transition period in the New Year, a raft of powers currently

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