However Mrs May rejected claims from MPs that a "no-deal" outcome was becoming more likely following the row over her Brexit plans this week.
Junior Defense Minister Guto Bebb, who'd supported May's initial plan, objected to the new plan and also resigned.
Ms Soubry said she did not believe Mrs May was in charge any more.
"Brexit continues to mean Brexit", May said to cheers from her Conservative supporters.
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British voters in a June 2016 referendum chose to leave the European Union, and on Tuesday Britain's official Brexit campaign, Vote Leave, was fined and reported to the police for breaking spending rules - another issue boosting calls for a second vote.
May added amendments that have been controversial, as the British government initially opposed them, but reversed course.
However he denounced the plan agreed at Chequers and set out in the PM's white paper last week as a "Brexit in name only" which would leave the United Kingdom in a state of "vassalage".
"We dithered and we burned through our negotiating capital", he told MPs.
But her plan, finalised this month at a cabinet meeting at her country house of Chequers, has pleased few on either side, compounding the divisions within the Conservative Party that have so far frustrated progress in talks with the EU.
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The Red Devils will kick off their 2018-19 Premier League season against the 2016 champions Leicester at Old Trafford. They say United see him as the ideal addition, should Mourinho decide to sign a new left-back.
Speaker John Bercow was forced to intervene as Tory MPs tried to shout down Mr Corbyn.
Political correspondents in the Commons wrote that a number of Conservative rebels were seen to be herded into the offices of party managers and warned that if they backed Hammond's measure it would lead to a general election.
'Some of you will agree with my decision and some of you will disagree - I am well aware of that.
Laughter erupted as Labour MP Emma Hardy (Hull West and Hessle) was heard to shout: "Panicking".
Mrs May said: "While I was agreeing the future of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation with President Trump, he was joining a protest march against him".
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The joint US-North Korea program to search for remains began in 1996 but was suspended in 2005 due to rising nuclear tensions. The U.S. government estimates that the North Korean government has about 80,000 to 120,000 political prisoners in detention.
"And while I was negotiating our future security relationship with Europe, he was renegotiating the definition of anti-Semitism".
An unconvincing election victory and lingering Brexit anxieties have been exacerbated by Michael Fallon's recent Cabinet resignation; while Priti Patel and Boris Johnson have also made serious mistakes.
His resignation followed a Cabinet summit at which ministers agreed to follow May's plan to pursue soft form of Brexit which would keep the United Kingdom aligned with European Union regulations on key issues.
There was an awkward moment for him during PMQs, when Tory colleague Keith Simpson referenced the recent visit of US President Donald Trump.
The Uxbridge MP made a point of praising "her courage and her resilience" and indicated that he thought she could lead the United Kingdom to a successful Brexit if she was willing to change tack.
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Mourinho claimed he was unsure whether there would be further incomings to Old Trafford before the 2018-19 season gets underway in less than four weeks' time.