May may choose Aberdeen for Brexit speech

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Prime Minister, Theresa May, is to give a long-awaited speech of her vision of the post-Brexit UK on March 2nd. There are suspicions that she will choose the Scottish Conservative conference in Aberdeen to do it. 

Downing Street has confirmed that May will have a face-to-face meeting with Donald Tusk at 12.30pm GMT on March 1st in London.  

The Scottish Conservative conference will take place in the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, Bridge of Don from March 2nd – 3rd. 

It is not certain whether May will use this appearance as her Brexit speech, regardless, this is a step forward for the UK and Brexit.  

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