"A lot now depends who will be the next leader of the Tories."
In 2016, May beat flashier and better-known politicians to become Britain’s second female prime minister.
She will become one of Britain's shortest-serving post-WWII prime ministers.
More than 400 million European voters are eligible to elect 751 European Parliament members.
Both ruling Conservative and opposition Labour lawmakers criticised May’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
May has already said she will leave office shortly after the measures she outlined on Tuesday are put up for a vote.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage becomes the latest political figure to be doused with the sticky concoction.
"I still believe there is a majority in parliament to be won for leaving with a deal," May writes in The Sunday Times.
Brexit talks between May’s Conservatives and Labour collapsed on Friday.
A new prime minister is likely to be in place before the Conservative party’s annual conference in September.
May plans to make a fourth attempt to get lawmakers’ backing by putting a withdrawal agreement bill to vote next month.
The decision comes as little surprise as Johnson has long been known to covet the top job.
An election to the European Parliament on May 23 will offer a new opportunity for voters to show their discontent.
May has said she will step aside once a Brexit deal has been passed by parliament.
“The relatively strong growth figures for Q1 may just be a flash in the pan,” said Tej Parikh
The government on Tuesday also conceded that Britain will take part in European elections this month.
May urges main opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to work with her to break the Brexit deadlock.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s ruling Conservatives lost control of several local authorities and hundreds of seats.
Unemployment rate remains at 3.9pc, the lowest level since 1975.
The acrimony has reached fever pitch as deadlines come and go while politicians squabble.
Pro-Brexit British politician Nigel Farage holds the first campaign rally of his newly formed Brexit Party.
IMF highlights uncertainty around Brexit, global trade conflicts as key risk to slowing global growth this year.
May says she will keep working to get her withdrawal agreement approved by parliament to ensure an orderly split.
May has embarked on a last-ditch battle to postpone Brexit from April 12 to June 30.
An aide to Macron said Paris could be prepared to accept an extension of less than a year.
The embattled leader opened negotiations this week with the Labour Party.
Britain's travel document also becomes ensnared in Brexit divisions.
EU leaders say May must first show a viable plan to secure agreement on her divorce deal in the deadlocked parliament.
LONDON: Prime Minister Theresa May asked the European Union on Friday to delay Britain’s departure from the bloc...
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday again sought to delay Brexit until June 30.