1. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, UK Prime Minister:
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"But first today, we're going to talk about global Britain. Our ambitious vision for Britain after Brexit. Because 100 days ago, that is what the country voted for. We're going to talk about Britain, in which we are close friends, allies and trading partners with our European neighbours. But a Britain in which we pass our own laws, and govern ourselves. (PAUSES FOR APPLAUSE). In which we look beyond our continent, and to opportunities in the wider world, in which we win trade agreements with old friends and new partners. In which Britain is always the most passionate, most consistent, most convincing advocate for free trade. In which we play our full part in promoting peace and prosperity across the world. And in which we, with our brilliant armed forces and intelligence services, protect our national interests, our national security, and security of our allies."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, UK Prime Minister:
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"Even now, some politicians, democratically elected politicians, say that the referendum isn't valid. That we need to have a second vote. Others say they don't like the result, and they'll challenge any attempt to leave the European Union through the courts. Oh, come on. (Laughter and applause from audience)."
3. Various of audience applauding
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, UK Prime Minister:
"The referendum result was clear, it was legitimate. It was the biggest vote for change this country has ever known. Brexit means Brexit and we're going to make a success of it."
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Britain "will make a success of Brexit" at the Conservative Party's annual conference in Birmingham, promising to protect the country's global interests and promote free trade.
Britain voted in a June referendum to leave the EU, but has not yet invoked the article of the EU treaty that would trigger negotiations.
Triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty early next year would set the nation on a course to leave the 28-nation trading bloc by 2019.
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