Interview: Resigned to Brexit, Scots push case for staying in single market

By Alastair MacdonaldBRUSSELS (Reuters) - Scotland's government thinks campaigns to halt Brexit have little chance but believes it can persuade British negotiators to try to stay in the European Union's single market, a senior Scottish minister said on Monday.

Speaking to Reuters during a two-day visit to Brussels to sound out EU diplomats and lawmakers on Britain's upcoming talks on post-Brexit relations with the bloc, Fiona Hyslop, the devolved Scottish government external affairs minister, said talk of a new referendum or of a parliamentary.

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