British Prime Minister Theresa May waves to delegates as she leaves the stage after delivering her address at the Conservative Party Spring Conference in Cardiff, south Wales, on March 17, 2017. / AFP / BEN STANSALL
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Prime Minister Theresa May pledged Friday to fight for the "precious, precious union" of the United Kingdom, unveiling what she called her Plan for Britain with a warning to Scotland not to pursue its independence plans.May, appointed prime minister soon after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum last June, said she would negotiate a Brexit deal for the whole country but needed everyone to pull together to get the best outcome.Facing two years of what are likely to be difficult talks for Britain, May wants to stamp her authority on a new agenda for the country but is struggling to repair the deep divisions exposed by the Brexit vote.
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