The beleaguered premier is in the last throes of a tumultuous rule focused all-but exclusively on guiding her fractured country out of the European Union in one piece.
In a major compromise to a demand from the Opposition benches, she promised to include the option of a parliamentary vote on holding a second referendum on her deal if it clears the Commons next month
The former Mayor of London and leading Brexit campaigner was long expected to stand as PM.
The fragility of May's leadership and the threat it presents to any deal being deliverable has been discussed openly in the cross-party Brexit talks, which resumed on Monday.
The Prime Minister has said that she will step down when her Brexit deal is ratified by Parliament, but some MPs want a fixed date.
Prime Minister May repeated words from her House of Commons statement last month as she referred to the "shameful scar" on British Indian history.
The US is adamantly opposed to Huawei's involvement in developing Britain's 5G network due to the firm's obligation under Chinese law to help its home government.
May took swift action in replacing him with Penny Mordaunt, the international development secretary, with Rory Stewart taking charge of Mordaunt's old portfolio.
Change UK, formed by breakaway MPs from Britain's two main parties, will unveil its roster of candidates at an event in Bristol in southwest England.
AEDIS, which has 12 members of staff, was quick to remove Britain from the EU in its publications following the 2016 referendum vote for Brexit.
British PM Theresa May on Wednesday described the massacre as a 'shameful scar' on British Indian history, but stopped short of offering a formal apology.
The latest extension, being dubbed a "Brextension" comes just a day before the April 12 deadline from the first extension agreed by the European Union (EU) to the official Brexit Day of March 29.
Theresa May will ask for an extension to the April 12 Brexit date in an effort to find agreement among lawmakers on what a deal should look like.
Goan-origin Suella Braverman, who had stepped down as a minister in the Department for Exiting the European Union last November, has been equally strongly opposed to the deal.
The UK now faces a deadline of April 12 to present the EU with a new plan, or crash out of the bloc without an agreement.