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>> A dire warning to the United Kingdom, as its leaders discuss Brexit on Monday.>> The vote on the 23rd of June.>> A respected think tank, the institute for government, says the government risks a full blown constitutional crisis if the nations can't agree on a strategy for leaving the EU.
At the Downing Street meeting, Prime Minister Theresa May is to promise a new forum where representatives from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland can help shape negotiations. May is promising formal discussions at least twice before the end of the year and stresses no final decisions have yet been made.
Relations have grown increasingly tense in the so called United Kingdom. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a vote on Brexit strategy and a bespoke deal for her country. She's even threatened to call second referendum on independence. The British government has said, it will negotiate a one size fits all deal on behalf of the whole UK.