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I’m not a quitter, says UK’s May

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WUHAN, China (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday defied critics calling for her to resign, saying she was not a quitter and that she has a long-term job to do: delivering Brexit and domestic reform. Ms May has come under fire in recent days from several factions within her own party.

“I’ve said to you before, I’m not a quitter and there is a long-term job to be done,” she told reporters on her way to China for a trade visit when asked about the recent criticism of her leadership and reports of a potential attempt to oust her. The leadership question dominated a briefing with journalists on board a Royal Air Force jet to China where she will meet President Xi Jinping, with an eye on securing better access to Chinese markets.

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