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>> A special relationship for a new age. British Prime Minister Theresa May is on her way to the White House, that message in tow. But from all sides of the UK's political spectrum, there's baggage.>> Say to the president that he must abide by and not withdraw from the Paris Climate Change Treaty.
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>> Yeah!>> Will the Prime Minister make clear that in no circumstances will she permit Britain to be dragged into facilitating that torture, as we were after September the 11th.>> Will the prime minister tell President Trump that she is not prepared to lower our food and safety standards or to open health systems for privatization?
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>> That's not to mention potential differences over NATO. On Friday, Theresa May will become the first global leader to hold face-to-face talks with Trump. And as Reuters UK correspondent notes she needs a win.>> There is a lot riding on this meeting for Theresa May. It's very important that the relationship with Donald Trump's United States goes well for her.
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Given that the, obviously, as Britain steps back from the European Union. They're looking for global partners and they don't get any bigger than the United States.>> A US/UK trade deal would undoubtedly be a boost to May. But even some in her own party are asking what the deal might cost.
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For her part, May says she'll be frank with the new president and put Britain first. The problem might be that Trump has risen to power on a promise to do exactly the same for America.