Agreed ชุด ยาว ไป งาน แต่ง UK position Several amendments, which would have given the Scottish government and the devolved administrations in Wales and Northern Ireland a say in the exit process, were rejected. SNP MPs later complained that only four of their MPs had been called to speak. The Scottish government has urged MSPs to back a motion in the Scottish Parliament stating that the bill should not proceed. The motion, lodged by Brexit minister Michael Russell, says the UK government has failed to properly consult the devolved administrations on an agreed UK position on Brexit. Brexit: All you need to know It also says the government has refused to give a guarantee on the position of EU nationals in the UK, and has failed to answer a range of questions regarding the full implications of withdrawal from the single market. Ms Sturgeon has said that the debate will be "one of the most significant in the history" of devolution - and that the people of Scotland would be "right to start thinking about how our national interests are best served" if the UK government ignored the vote. Mr Russell opened the debate by saying that Scotland had voted "clearly and decisively" to remain in the EU in last year's referendum. He said the Holyrood vote would allow MSPs to "say to the UK, to Europe and to the ชุด ไป งาน แต่งงาน pantip world that we oppose the catastrophic hard Brexit now being pursued by the Tories at Westminster." Mr Russell added: "This vote is more than symbolic. It is a key test of whether Scotland's voice is being listened to, and whether our wishes can be accommodated within the UK process." 'Offered nothing' He insisted that the Scottish government had worked "long and hard" to deliver compromise proposals, which he said would have allowed Scotland to stay in the single market even in the rest of the UK leaves. But he said: "So far, the UK government has not offered a ชุดแต่งงานไทย single compromise of its own.