DescriptionThe prime minister was speaking in Cardiff as she tours Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland in an attempt to create a Brexit consensus ahead of Article 50. During her 30-minute speech to Conservative members, Mrs May mocked the SNP for it’s “muddled” argument to break up the United Kingdom. She told delegates: “We’ve seen that tunnel vision on display again this week. The SNP argue we must break up the UK because we are leaving the EU. “But three years ago, they campaigned for a result that would have taken Scotland out of the EU altogether."The room erupted into laughter as Mrs May quipped: “They’re happy to see power rest in Brussels, but if those powers come back to London, they want them given to Edinburgh so they can give them back to Brussels.“Now they apparently say, as an independent Scotland they would no longer seek to become a member of the EU after a vote for separation - it’s muddle on muddle.”The SNP claims Scots should be given another say on independence to stop the country being dragged out of the Brussels bloc “against its will”.