30 March, 2018
While there she also addressed the issue of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, one of the most crucial and contested issues to come out of Brexit.
"Like an unstoppable express, we are heading for Brexit, and frankly my friends, we can't arrive soon enough", he wrote.
European Union Council president Donald Tusk has remarked that any trade deal with Britain would be the first in history to loosen economic links rather than strengthen them.
"No prime minister could leave these things to chance", she added.
"What I am doing here today is actually listening to farmers here in Northern Ireland", she said. People did feel that the system wasn't working for them in perhaps the way that it should.
May is set to visit England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, appealing to those for and against Brexit, the BBC reported on Thursday.
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She will have lunch with farmers near Belfast before travelling to Barry in south Wales for a round-table discussion with businesses, and will later have tea in west London with a group of Polish citizens who have made the United Kingdom their home.
Her visit was part of a day-long tour across the United Kingdom to mark exactly one year from the UK's historic exit from the European Union. The findings suggest London will comfortably remain Europe's largest financial centre, at least in the short term, boosting supporters of leaving the European Union, who say the threat of job losses from one of Britain's biggest industries was exaggerated.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was on a whistle-stop tour of the United Kingdom's four corners to promise a Brexit that unites the country. But 65% in a new ComRes poll for the Daily Express said they did not want a second referendum and 68% said that Remain voters should respect the will of the majority who backed Brexit.
The deal eases concerns about a hard Brexit but must still be approved by parliament in a vote expected later this year.
Scottish National Party spokesman Michael Russell accused Mrs May of planning a "power grab" by repatriating some responsibilities now exercised in Brussels to Westminster rather than Edinburgh.
She said a bespoke agreement, taking into account mutual interests and the fact that Britain had previously been part of the European Union, was the "right way" forward.
Starting her tour in Scotland, May met workers in a textile factory, focussing on the future benefits she said Brexit could bring for trade.
Speaking ahead of her trip, Mrs May said: 'Having regained control of our laws, our borders and our money, and seized the opportunities provided by Brexit, the UK will thrive as a strong and united country that works for everyone, no matter whether you voted Leave or Remain'.