As Politics Home has reported:
MSPs voted 93-30 not to give legislative content to the EU Withdrawal Bill, which the Government says is essential to prevent legal chaos on day one of Brexit.
The Scottish government has accused the Conservatives of a "power grab" because it will mean some areas which are currently devolved will initially come under Westminster control when they are returned from Brussels.
A commentator asked on this blog who now was representing the 48% who voted to remain in the EU. I think the answer is 'Scotland'. And not just a party in Scotland: a cross-party coalition in Scotland is doing so; the Tories being the exceptions, of course.
At least one parliament in the UK realises where its duty lies. It's just a shame it's not the one at Westminster.