I was elected a year ago on the back of a campaign that focused on your leadership, and on delivering Brexit.
He said May was an "amazing leader at this point where she has a fragile leadership, and being able to get through these issues the way she has is an example of strong leadership".
One would require a new law to join a new customs union, and another would demand the EU collect any tariffs set by Britain on UK-bound goods coming in from outside.
I am sorry - and a little surprised - to receive it after the productive discussions we had at Chequers on Friday, and the comprehensive and detailed proposal which we agreed as a Cabinet.
Mr Rees-Mogg, who chairs the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tories, told The Sun: "Unfortunately Chequers was a breakdown in trust".
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. Some euroskeptic lawmakers dream of replacing May with a staunch Brexiteer such as Johnson, a populist, polarizing figure who has never made a secret of his ambition to be prime minister.
Political and economic uncertainty has been undermining investment confidence in the political economy of the United Kingdom and may result in a weak pound, making imports more expensive and diverting key investments to the European Union countries away from Britain.
'The Chequers deal is a plan that has been put together, it's been agreed by government, ' she said as she arrived in Brussels for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.
President Trump said he thinks Boris Johnson would make a great prime minister, and the Britain's trade relationship with the USA could come to an end if British Prime Minister Theresa May follows through with the so-called "soft" Brexit blueprint.
Convicted son-in-law of Nawaz Sharif held in Rawalpindi
The former prime minister's son-in-law, Safdar has also been sentenced to a year in prison. Maryam last evening shared her flight details to return to Pakistan with media persons.
"We deliver that Brexit and we do it in a way that protects jobs and livelihoods and meets our commitment to Northern Ireland".
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Government imploded yesterday as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson followed Brexit Minister David Davis in resigning over her plan for Britain's future outside the European Union (EU).
"I think if the Prime Minister makes further concessions with the European Union then there will no doubt be more resignations from Brexiteers in the Cabinet, from junior ministers to PPSs, because there is only so much that you can give in a negotiation", she told the BBC.
Some 48 letters would be required to trigger a vote.
But leading Eurosceptic Bernard Jenkin played down the prospects of more walkouts from the administration.
Rumours have swirled over possible further cabinet resignations but experts said May appeared to have weathered the crisis for now.
Many people now see a General Election as an increasingly likely result of these resignations, but that would need a leadership challenge before that. "We are supporting Theresa for PM", he added. But Davis's resignation has plunged the party into chaos once more, and it is now odds-on (4/7) that May will have to defend her position as leader this year.
Woody Johnson, the U.S. ambassador to Britain, appeared to agree, telling the BBC this week that a bilateral trade deal between the two countries is now "totally up in the air".
All eyes are now on the next move by Brexit hardliners in May's centre-right Conservative Party.