"We can choose to leave with no deal".
With her party in revolt, her colleagues departing - some determined to usher her out of office - we can't, and don't know yet, if Brexit can happen as planned, perhaps, if at all.
During her Downing Street statement, she also pushed that the deal gave back "full control of our money", she said, "so we decide ourselves how to spend it on priorities like our NHS".
Prime Minister Theresa May defied mounting calls to quit or change course Thursday over Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, warning that abandoning her Brexit plan would plunge the country into "deep and grave uncertainty".
Arch Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg submitted a letter of no-confidence seeking the ousting of Prime Minister Theresa May.
Raab said in his resignation letter that "I can not in good conscience support the terms proposed for our deal with the European Union".
Jo Johnson, the younger brother of Boris, who resigned as foreign secretary over Brexit in July, set the ball rolling last week after he resigned as transport minister over what he called Theresa May's "delusional" Brexit plans.
"The government", he added, "simply can not put to parliament this half-baked deal that both the Brexit Secretary and his predecessor have rejected".
"If we get behind a deal we can bring our country back together and seize the opportunities that lie ahead", she told lawmakers.
But she was weakened by the resignation of two senior Cabinet ministers, including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
Amid the political turmoil, the pound plunged on currency markets.
At the heart of Raab's criticism of May's deal was the belief that the pursuit of a customs union with the EU would be the "starting point" for talks on the future relationship with the bloc, "severely prejudicing" what Britain could achieve.
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European Council President Donald Tusk said in Brussels that unless problems emerge as EU member states examine the deal, he will host a summit to sign the accord in Brussels on November 25.
She acknowledged unhappiness among some with compromises made to secure a withdrawal deal but said it "delivers what people voted for and it is in the national interest" and vowed to "see this through".
"'No deal' is not pretty", Health Secretary Matt Hancock told BBC Radio 4.
Instead he argued there should be a second membership referendum, now the terms of a potential exit are known.
The agreement envisages continued links with the European Union after the United Kingdom leaves the bloc on March 29, 2019, infuriating hardliners in May's Conservative Party, and uniting supporters and opponents of Brexit.
From the inception of Brexit talks, the Labour Party has made clear that any deal that doesn't meet a high standard of protections for workers in all regions of the United Kingdom would be emphatically rejected. Given the considerable risk of a no-deal, accepting Mrs May's proposal is probably the least worst option.
Ian Blackford, who heads the Scottish National Party in Parliament, said the deal was "dead on arrival" and urged May to stop the countdown clock to Britain's exit, less than five months away.
"The chances of a second vote have certainly increased, but we need to remember that both leaders of Britain's two main parties [Conservative and Labour] remain opposed to one and the idea still does not command majority support among the population at large", he said.
"We are calling for a meeting of the Joint Ministerial Committee to enable us to discuss the details of the withdrawal agreement and to input into the political declaration before this is finalised".
European newspapers unconvinced that the Brexit deal will stick.
Some economists say a "no-deal" Brexit would cost each member of the British public approximately 800 pounds (about $1,000) per year, given the expected higher prices for goods.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), which represents Britain's key automotive industry and which has been at the forefront of business concerns about the consequences of Brexit, said Thursday that the deal was a "positive step".