Theresa May tries to sell Brexit deal in Scotland

Warnings of economic pain in every Brexit scenario, but still, the prime minister tries to sound upbeat.

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    Theresa May has been in Scotland on the second day of her two-week tour of the UK as she tries to sell her Brexit deal to the public.

    Most Scots voted to stay in the European Union during the 2016 referendum, so there's a feeling that they're being dragged out against their will.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Edinburgh.


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