I really, non-ironically, don't understand what she means. Isn't "no-deal Brexit" something that AUTOMATICALLY happens unless everyone agrees with everyone else on some different solution? How can you "rule out" the default automatic solution?
Scottish First Minister Sturgeon calls for UK PM May to rule out no deal Brexit: ITV | Reuters https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu-sturgeon/scottish-first-minister-sturgeon-calls-for-uk-pm-may-to-rule-out-no-deal-brexit-itv-idUSKCN1Q22RZ
@fuxoft thinking about it again, Britain filing their official declaration of departure was a deal made almost two years ago, with an option to negotiate a mutually better deal if one could be struck. The EU has not sought one in good faith, so here we are.
My understanding is that Brexit can now be stopped / postponed only if EVERYONE (i.e. all EU members) specifically agree to it. But I might be wrong. That's why I'm asking.