Do you think the Scottish Parliament or Westminster should have control over the issues of food, fishing, farming and the environment when the UK leaves the EU?

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"Under the Scotland Act (1998), policies related to food, fishing, farming and the environment were devolved to the Scottish Parliament, although in practice they were controlled by the EU. Following Brexit, power over these issues will be repatriated to the UK, but it is unknown whether the UK Parliament in Westminster or the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood will end up having power over these issues. Which of the following statements is closest to your view?"

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