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Theresa May vows to fight to save 'precious union'

Theresa May has set out her desire to create a "more united" Britain, in a speech in Cardiff.

The prime minister told her party's spring conference that Britons are "at heart one people" be they Welsh, English, Scottish or from Northern Ireland.

It follows Nicola Sturgeon's demands for a second independence referendum for Scotland.

Mrs May has already rejected the call from Scotland's first minister.

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