Nicola Sturgeon has said she wants "direct talks" with new Prime Minister Theresa May about the Brexit negotiations.
The First Minister of Scotland told ITV News: "I want all options for protecting Scotland's relationship with the EU to be on the table and properly explored.
"Scotland did not vote to leave the European Union, we voted to remain.
"In 2014, Scotland voted to stay in a UK that was a member of the European Union. And we were told that only by voting against independence could we protect our EU membership.
"So, in a fundamental respect, the UK that people in 2014 voted to stay part of is not the same UK that's going to exist in the next period."
The appointment of Theresa May means there have been 13 UK prime ministers to serve Queen Elizabeth II.
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Theresa May kept her first speech as prime minister short and to the point, as she vowed to lead a "better Britain" outside the EU.