In Pictures: Theresa May tours the four nations

Theresa May has been making the most of the Easter weekend as she toured the four nations of the UK - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - with a promise to keep the country united one year before Brexit.

Prime Minister Theresa May joins in the fun with  a parent and toddler group at St Andrew's Heddon-on-the-Wall, CofE Primary School in Newcastle (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Prime Minister Theresa May joins in the fun with a parent and toddler group at St Andrew's Heddon-on-the-Wall, CofE Primary School in Newcastle (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Theresa May with chief executive Andy Palmer at Aston Martin, Barry, Wales while touring the four nations of the UK (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Theresa May with chief executive Andy Palmer at Aston Martin, Barry, Wales while touring the four nations of the UK (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
The Prime Minister is shown around Fairview Farm by owners Stephen and Susanne Jackson and their daughters Hannah, Abbie and Emil) in Bangor, Northern Ireland (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
The Prime Minister is shown around Fairview Farm by owners Stephen and Susanne Jackson and their daughters Hannah, Abbie and Emil) in Bangor, Northern Ireland (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Mrs May visits textile producers Alex Begg in Ayrshire (Russell Cheyne/PA)
Mrs May visits textile producers Alex Begg in Ayrshire (Russell Cheyne/PA)
Mrs May visits textile producers Alex Begg in Ayrshire, while on a tour of the four nations of the UK (Russell Cheyne/PA)
Mrs May examines the products at textile producers Alex Begg in Ayrshire, while on a tour of the four nations of the UK (Russell Cheyne/PA)
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