British PM Theresa May: ‘I’m Not a Quitter’

“I’m not a quitter, and there is a long-term job to be done,” said British Prime Minister Theresa May, after increasing criticism from members of her own party who fear she will try to water down a Brexit agreement. “That job is about getting the best Brexit deal, about ensuring that we take back control of our money, our laws, our borders, that we can sign trade deals around the rest of the world,” she said. “But it is also about our domestic agenda.” May conceded on her visit to China this week that she should communicate better with the public and with her own party.