FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon has hit out at Westminster's claim of Scotland being an "equal partner", after a key Brexit vote which will see powers ripped from Holyrood was passed.

Shambolic scenes in the House of Commons saw just 15 minutes of debate given over to the fate of devolved powers returning after Brexit.

Not a single Scottish MP was given time to speak on the topic of Clause 15 of the EU Withdrawal Bill, as Minister for the Cabinet Office David Lidington filibustered the time.

Dennis Skinner was the only Labour MP not to abstain, voting with the SNP against the Lords amendment.

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It passed with 321 votes in favour and 40 against.

Sturgeon tweeted: "The Tories couldn’t have made it any clearer today that they have no respect for @ScotParl.

"Never again will the line that Scotland is an equal partner in Westminster system be believed.

"The decision to act without our consent, and the manner of doing it, will not be forgotten."

The First Minister's words reinforced those of the party's Westminster leader Ian Blackford.

During the debate, Blackford accused the government of carrying out a power grab by legislating on devolved matters.

He said: "When we passed the Scotland Act 1998, and [UK Government minister David Lidington] was a Member of Parliament at that time, the Scotland Act is very specific as to what are reserved matters.

"We cannot get away from the fact that what this Government is doing is legislating on matters that are devolved: this is a power grab.

"Will the Secretary of State today commit not to legislate without a legislative consent motion from the Scottish Parliament on behalf of the Scottish people?"

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Lidington replied: "I think not only do the agreements that we have reached with the Welsh government and embodied in these amendments respect the devolution settlement and indeed Welsh ministers have said very firmly that they do believe that devolution is fully respected but I think that we have complied in full with our obligations under the Sewel Convention."