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>> Britain's Prime Minister wants to have another go at the next national vote, despite her last electoral flop. Her ruling Conservatives were humbled in a recent snap election called by Theresa May. That left her apologizing to her party for reducing their number of MPs.>>
>> But nearly two months on, and May appears emboldened.
On a trip to Japan, telling journalists she plans to lead her party into the next election, not expected until 2022. Her no quitter comment are marked change in tone, but also perhaps a response to the fact the Conservatives have few natural replacements. And that May is a familiar face as the head of Britain's Brexit team.
>> This is a formative period in shaping the future of my country. And as we leave the European Union, so I am determined that we will seize the opportunity to become an ever more outward-looking global Britain.>>
> Here in Japan, she's been touring trains, warships, and taking in some of the local tradition, all to tout for post-Brexit business.
Her bid to stay as PM will almost certainly rest on whether she can stage manage Britain's EU departure.