The BBC reports:
Asked whether she wanted to lead her party into another general election, whenever that takes place, the prime minister told the BBC's Ben Wright in Kyoto that that was her intention.
"Yes, I'm here for the long term. What me and my government are about is not just delivering on Brexit but delivering a brighter future for the UK.
"It is my intention to deliver not just a good Brexit deal for the UK but to ensure 'global Britain' can take its place in the world, trading around the world and we deal with those injustices domestically that we need to do to ensure that strong, more global but also fairer Britain for the future."If she states anything other than determination to remain in office for the foreseeable future, then the story becomes when will she go and who will replace her. Ever since Blair promised to step down and dithered, prime ministers have to maintain the fiction that they intend to go on forever.