David Mundell


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I'm very pleased that we've moved in a positive direction and are building on the momentum from the bilateral meetings held with the Scottish Government over the summer. It is clear we have common agendas and a basis to take that forward.feedback
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Oct 16 2017 Brexit
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Jun 22 2017 - Brexit

It will be the United Kingdom Government that will be conducting the negotiations.feedback

Jun 21 2017 - Scottish independence

This Queen's Speech is about bringing our United Kingdom closer together and fully grasping the opportunities ahead for the whole country as we leave the EU. We will bring powers back in a way that works best for Scotland and the rest of the UK. There will undoubtedly be more decision-making powers coming to Holyrood, and I look forward to working closely with the Scottish Government on this.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Scottish independence

She should wake up, smell the coffee and be absolutely clear with the people of Scotland, as now members of her own party are indicating, and take that threat off the table.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Brexit

I don't want to see the Brexit deal going through (Britain's national parliament) the House of Commons with a majority of one, I want to see it going through the House of Commons with support across parties.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Northern Ireland

I think change is brought about, certainly in Northern Ireland, by persuasion, by people working together and the best way actually to achieve these is to get the Northern Ireland Assembly back up and running, and I hope that will also be possible.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Northern Ireland

Ruth Davidson has been very clear on that, she actually went out to Northern Ireland and set that out, so they can't be in any doubt where they stand on these issues.feedback

May 19 2017

We're not setting a definitive set of criteria - what we're saying is that public consent has to be apparent.feedback

May 18 2017 - Scottish independence

From the Borders to the North Sea, this manifesto delivers for Scotland. It shows that a re-elected Conservative government will continue to ensure that Scotland benefits from its membership of the United Kingdom. All this is underpinned by the key commitment in today's manifesto - and that is to say no to the SNP's reckless plan for a second referendum so Scotland can move on, together.feedback

May 02 2017 - Labour Party

They are trying to present themselves as solidly pro-Union but one of their own candidates backed independence. But no-one should be fooled after Jeremy Corbyn said he is 'absolutely fine' with the SNP holding a second referendum.feedback

Apr 25 2017 - Scottish independence

If the SNP loses seats, loses votes and loses vote share, that's not an endorsement for her position on independence. That's what she will be judged by. What I would hope is that Nicola Sturgeon would take a step back and actually listen to the people of Scotland, remove the threat of a divisive referendum and throw her lot in with the Prime Minister to work to get the best possible deal on Brexit. She needs to wake up and smell the coffee.feedback

Mar 29 2017 - Scottish referendum

There are some responsibilities we will need to conduct on a UK-wide level and we need to look at which those are. There are some where we believe a shared responsibility is the best way forward. I'm looking forward to entering into constructive discussions with the Scottish government in that regard.feedback

Mar 28 2017

I don't have a crystal ball as to how long these negotiations will take. We don't recognise, for example, 18 months being a key point in the journey.feedback

Mar 28 2017 - Scottish independence

We won't be entering any negotiations at all until the Brexit process is complete. Now is the time for the Scottish government to come together with the UK government, work together to get the best possible deal for the UK, and that means Scotland, as we leave the EU.feedback

Mar 16 2017 - Scottish referendum

We will not be entering into discussions or negotiations about a Section 30 agreement and any request at this time will be declined.feedback

Mar 15 2017 - Scottish referendum

It would be impossible for people in the timescale suggested by Nicola Sturgeon to make a reasoned view and, therefore, have a legal, fair and decisive referendum as we did in 2014 on the basis of the facts as they would be aware of them at that point. If you are saying you want the referendum because of Brexit, then you have to know what the arrangement is that the UK has secured in relation to leaving the EU and how that has been delivered and, of course, you need to know what the SNP alternative to that proposal is.feedback

Mar 13 2017 - NATO

I don't accept this is about Brexit at all. I think Nicola Sturgeon's irresponsible actions come from her tunnel vision obsession with independence.feedback

Mar 08 2017 - Scottish independence

It is now up to Holyrood to use this money, along with their raft of newly devolved powers, to make the right decisions to grow Scotland's economy.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Scottish independence

The people of Scotland have decided and we should stick with that verdict.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Scottish referendum

I don't think another independence referendum is inevitable at all. I still hope that Nicola Sturgeon would take it off the table, end that uncertainty, work with the UK Government to get that best possible deal for Scotland. Of course there could be another independence referendum but there shouldn't be one.feedback

Jan 26 2017

I think there are really big issues that will be in the Great Repeal Bill. Issues around the powers for this parliament and there will be issues around powers for this parliament and there will be issues around whether we have a hole in our law because the body of European law hasn't been adopted. So not agreeing to the Repeal Bill would have very significant consequences.feedback

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