UK's May will highlight common Brexit aims on Scotland visit

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March 27, 2017 13:53
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LONDON - Prime Minister Theresa May will use a visit to Scotland on Monday to set out what she believes are significant areas of agreement with Scottish authorities on what sort of deal Britain needs to get from leaving the European Union.

"The PM will be pointing to significant areas where there is agreement on what we want to secure from the Article 50 process," the spokesman told reporters, adding that she will set out how to move forward together to secure the "best deal" for the whole of the United Kingdom.

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