A new chairman of May's Conservative party was announced on Twitter, only for the tweet to be deleted and another man named for the post.
Three accounts linked to far-right group offline, including one US President Donald Trump had retweeted videos from
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, and Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21, planned to blow up security barriers outside May's Downing Street office and then stab the British leader to death, the reports said.
Queen Elizabeth II is world's longest-reigning monarch
The most senior figure in the Church of England wrote in the Financial Times that Britain's "broken" economic model was leaving younger generations behind.
May's EU adviser Olly Robbins has informed his counterparts in various European capitals of the offer, the newspaper said, citing unnamed officials briefed on the discussions.
Britain's proposal on future cooperation with the EU in areas of law enforcement, security and criminal justice will be published in a position paper on Monday.
"We had a serious threat of a complete breakdown of law and order in the British Virgin islands (BVI)," junior foreign minister Alan Duncan told parliament.
Qatari Foreign Minister Al Thani discussed Gulf crisis with U.K. Foreign Secretary Johnson
Jewish, anti-Islamophobia groups make joint complaint about controversial tabloid piece
Marcus Hutchins, known by the alias "Malwaretech," was charged in an indictment dated July 12 and unsealed by federal authorities in Wisconsin.
Fox said the cabinet had not agreed a deal on immigration once Britain is out of the European Union in March 2019.
Johnson backed the campaign to quit the EU and said the decision had given his country the opportunity to "think afresh" about its international role, while maintaining close ties with its European partners.
Johnson, kicking off a trip to Japan, visited the robotic centre at Waseda University, which works closely with Britain's University of Birmingham on robotic technologies.
In an interview marking one year in office, the Conservative leader said it came as a "complete shock" to realise she had lost her parliamentary majority after calling a snap vote in expectation of a landslide.
Surge in anti-Muslim hate crime leaves many fearful for the future
323 lawmakers vote to pass Queen's Speech with thin majority
"An agreement has been signed," May's spokesman told AFP without revealing the details.
Tokyo's moves aim to minimise Brexit's impact on Japanese companies as Britain negotiates its exit from the EU, the business daily Nikkei reported.
At stake is not just Britain's future but also Europe's post-war political order and its place in the world which could be fatally undermined without an agreement by the March 2019 deadline.
May, who has faced criticism of her response to the tragedy in which at least 30 people died, will meet victims, volunteers and community leaders, a Downing Street spokesman said.