Theresa May visits Edinburgh and is heckled by protesters
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Boos and cries of 'Stop Brexit' greeted Theresa May as she arrived in Edinburgh.
The prime minister was visiting the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as the city celebrated the massive arts festival.
But as she arrived for their performance at Edinburgh's Assembly Hall she was greeted by heckles.
'Any plans for when the government collapses, Theresa?' shouted one, while others demanded that she 'stop Brexit'.
Comic Janey Godley, who is performing at the Fringe, shouted at her: 'Theresa, are you coming in the show? We've got a food bank.'
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Godley, who joined protests at the Turnberry golf course for the recent visit by US President Donald Trump, went on to shout: 'Is your shoes lovely Theresa?'
May's visit is part of a mission to get the First Minister Nicola Sturgeron and the Scottish government to back her Brexit plan.
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- 6 James Cleverly mocked after telling people to 'look at how they're doing in Wales'
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Sturgeon claimed after the meeting that the prime minister had not eased her concerns that Britain could be forced to quit the EU without a formal agreement.
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