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Theresa May can play big fish with devolved nations – in the EU she’s already a nobody

Theresa May is sitting down with representatives from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales on Monday to hear their concerns about Brexit.

For the devolved nations, it is the first chance since the seismic vote in June to sit down at a table and talk to the Prime Minister together.

May has reportedly offered them a “direct line” to Brexit secretary David Davis. It must be a nice change for her to be the big fish in the small pond, rather than the small fish in the big pond that everyone’s already sick of.

Because, when it comes to the EU, the roles of Westminster and other nations is reversed.

>>Read: Story on New Statesman.

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