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Defiant British PM rejects criticism of Brexit plan

Prime Minister Theresa May insisted Friday she was "doing what the British people want" and going nowhere despite growing pressure from her party over her leadership and Brexit strategy. In a BBC interview at the end of a three-day trip to China, May declined to detail exactly what she wants from negotiations on future ties with the European Union, which begin in April. Asked whether she would favour a deal that limited disruption to trade, or one that emphasised Britain's power to forge its own path, she said: "These are not the options we have before us.
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