PM makes 'positive' case for the UK
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Theresa May makes 'positive' case for the union

Prime Minister Theresa May has called on her fellow Conservatives to continue making a "positive, passionate and optimistic case" for the Union.

During a speech to the Scottish Tory conference in Glasgow, she said "we are four nations, but at heart one people".

Mrs May had earlier criticised the SNP-led government at Holyrood for having tunnel vision over a second Scottish independence referendum.

The PM insisted that "logic and facts" were on the side of the UK.

  • 03 Mar 2017
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