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Nicola Sturgeon's government has rejected a plea from Scotland's farmers to "get your shoulder to the wheel" and swing behind Theresa May's Chequers plan.

Mike Russell, the SNP's Constitutional Affairs Minister, said the Prime Minister was presenting people with an "utterly false choice" between her blueprint and a "catastrophic" no deal Brexit.

Speaking ahead of a Holyrood statement on the devolved administration's Brexit preparations, he insisted that staying in the EU single market and customs union was still an option.

But his intervention came shortly after NFU Scotland pleaded with Mrs May's opponents to put aside party politics and get behind the Chequers plan, which it said was not perfect...

Nicola Sturgeon's government has rejected a plea from Scotland's farmers to "get your shoulder to the wheel" and swing behind Theresa May's Chequers plan.

Mike Russell, the SNP's Constitutional Affairs Minister, said the Prime Minister was presenting people with an "utterly false choice" between her blueprint and a "catastrophic" no deal Brexit.

Speaking ahead of a Holyrood statement on the devolved administration's Brexit preparations, he insisted that staying in the EU single market and customs union was still an option.

But his intervention came shortly after NFU Scotland pleaded with Mrs May's opponents to put aside party politics and get behind the Chequers plan, which it said was not perfect...

Nicola Sturgeon's government has rejected a plea from Scotland's farmers to "get your shoulder to the wheel" and swing behind Theresa May's Chequers plan.

Mike Russell, the SNP's Constitutional Affairs Minister, said the Prime Minister was presenting people with an "utterly false choice" between her blueprint and a "catastrophic" no deal Brexit.

Speaking ahead of a Holyrood statement on the devolved administration's Brexit preparations, he insisted that staying in the EU single market and customs union was still an option.

But his intervention came shortly after NFU Scotland pleaded with Mrs May's opponents to put aside party politics and get behind the Chequers plan, which it said was not perfect...

Nicola Sturgeon's government has rejected a plea from Scotland's farmers to "get your shoulder to the wheel" and swing behind Theresa May's Chequers plan.

Mike Russell, the SNP's Constitutional Affairs Minister, said the Prime Minister was presenting people with an "utterly false choice" between her blueprint and a "catastrophic" no deal Brexit.

Speaking ahead of a Holyrood statement on the devolved administration's Brexit preparations, he insisted that staying in the EU single market and customs union was still an option.

But his intervention came shortly after NFU Scotland pleaded with Mrs May's opponents to put aside party politics and get behind the Chequers plan, which it said was not perfect...