"I know [new foreign secretary] Jeremy Hunt is looking forward to forging his own relationships with his United States counterparts".
Mrs May insists her plans are the "the best way to honour" the Brexit vote, amid a deepening political crisis.
Andrew Bridgen became the first Conservative MP to declare publicly that he has sent a letter of no confidence in Mrs May to the chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady.
Writing for the Metro, he said: "The departure of two bombastic characters, both of whom have caused constant headaches for Number 10, has forced May into a position that many of her allies have always been urging her to take: one of defiance".
Yes. An avalanche of departures would surely trigger a leadership contest in the Tory party.
Jacob Rees-Mogg told talkRADIO earlier today (July 10) that he did not know if any MPs had submitted a vote of no confidence.
Ambassador Johnson said he would facilitate a meeting between Trump and Boris Johnson, who is seen as a potential challenger to May, telling BBC radio: "If the president wants to do that and he feels it's appropriate, he'll make that decision".
All eyes are now on the next move by Brexit hardliners in May's centre-right Conservative Party. On Tuesday, two more lawmakers followed them out the door. It is a proposal which will honour the result of the referendum and the commitments we made in our general election manifesto to leave the single market and the customs union.
The UK is set to leave the European Union on 29th March 2019, more than two years after the referendum that saw 51.9% vote to leave compared to 48.1% who wanted to stay.
Caulfield said in her resignation letter that "I cannot support the direction of travel in the Brexit negotiations, which in my view do not fully embrace the opportunities that Brexit can provide".
The MP says while Mr Johnson and Mr Davis quit, other Brexit champions - such as Michael Gove and Andrea Leadsom - are still in the Cabinet.
Gove told ITV he was "absolutely not" planning to resign.
The Cabinet minister said service agreements almost always allow "some mode for movement that goes with that" but that was a "million miles away" from European Union free movement.
What was the reaction in the Commons?
Johnson and Davis are hardline Brexiteers and blamed May's plan, which was agreed at Chequer's last week, for their retreat.
What has been the reaction from the EU?Davis was a strong pro-Brexit voice in a Cabinet divided between supporters of a clean break with the bloc and those who want to keep close ties with Britain's biggest trading partner.
It remains to be seen how markets will react to the paper, but many pound investors are optimistic that the publication could strengthen Sterling by providing some clarity on the Brexit process.
Dr Fox replied: "If we are unable to get an agreement then we will leave with no deal".