And she added that a no-deal departure on October 31 had to remain an option because leaving the European Union was "the most important thing of all".
On a second referendum, Mrs May said: "I recognise the genuine and honest strength of feeling across the House on this important issue". Despite offering what she described as "significant further changes", many lawmakers, hardened in their positions, have already decided not to vote next month for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, legislation which implements the terms of Britain's departure. But she also reiterated her long held views that a second referendum was not her preferred way out of the current Brexit impasse.
Her speech was billed by some as her possible swansong - and May conceded that her time in office has not been smooth.
May also pledged that the United Kingdom would seek "as close to frictionless trade in goods with the European Union as possible" while outside the single market - while ending free movement.
Observers say she will likely trigger a contest for the leadership of her governing Conservative Party once the bill either falls or completes all of its stages through parliament.
When Mr Snow remarked: "that puts it pretty succinctly" the Tory MP responded: "You've asked for a succinct answer and I have given it to you".
"No-deal Brexit is there in case it happens, but very much at the centre of government policy is getting a deal and that's what I - and most of us in the group - would look for in a candidate".
The talks began after British lawmakers rejected May's divorce deal with the European Union three times.
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On Saturday, the 18th of May 2019, the Labor Party's Brexit spokesman, Keir Starmer said that the UK government's Brexit withdrawal bill should include another public vote before presenting it again to lawmakers next month, while UK PM May had dismissed the possibilities of another public vote.
"In Scotland Remainers should vote for the SNP, and certainly not for Labour or the bad Scottish Tories, either of who have anything to offer - sad that I have had to say this but pro-brexit Jeremy Corbyn is a disaster". "But this speech from the PM means there is no way I will support the Withdrawal Agreement Bill".
Ian Blackford, a lawmaker with the pro-EU Scottish National Party, said it was "too little, too late from a prime minister who is headed for the exit door".
"The 2016 Leave campaign was clear that we would leave with a deal", he will say, according to advance extracts.
Among the promises if they pass her withdrawal agreement, the chance for MPs to vote on whether to hold another referendum. A bad deal that we have a chance to improve in the next stage of negotiations must be better than those alternatives.
The opposition Labour Party has also come out against the new plan despite spending six weeks negotiating changes with the Prime Minister.
"This deal lays the groundwork and settles numerous core issues, but in the years ahead Parliament will be able to debate, decide and refine the exact nature of our relationship with the EU".