We have to deliver Brexit or we will be punished at the polls at the next general election.
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.
"I like Boris Johnson, I've always liked him". "If we do that and we show a team effort, then this country will go onto bigger, better things".
Mr Davis said that his departure was not a prelude to him challenging the prime minister's position, but said it was "not for me to make other peoples' decisions" on whether to follow his lead and to leave the cabinet.
Since Friday's Chequers meeting which was meant to distil a unified cabinet position on Brexit and re-impose ministerial "collective responsibility", the government has been reeling after a series of resignations. Theresa May counts on the "soft" Brexit, which may cost more money, but implies keeping business relations intact, which is really necessary for the British companies and enterprises.
Trump lands in Britain on Thursday following a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels where he chided Germany and other European nations for failing to contribute enough to defence spending.
Dominic Raab has been appointed the UK's new Brexit minister after the resignation of David Davis. "This is therefore a crucial role to fill and we look forward to bringing Dominic Raab MP as the new Secretary of State for the Department for Exiting the European Union up to date with the RIBA's well researched position".
The resignations have plunged her government into a crisis that could challenge her leadership and result in a no-confidence vote in parliament.
This has focused on whether the United Kingdom should prioritise business interests and keep a close relationship with the European Union in order to maintain trade links - which critics say will mean the United Kingdom still abiding by European Union rules and leaving "in name only".
Speaking at The Independent's Indy Brexit Debate in London, Ms Miller suggested the 2016 Brexit referendum was too complex a question to be voted on.
May's Brexit plan - agreed by the cabinet on Friday in the hope of unblocking negotiations with Brussels due to resume today - has now cost her two of her top four ministers, throwing her administration and authority into turmoil.
He said that he felt he had to resign as he had no desire to be a "reluctant conscript" in the selling the prime minister's deal in negotiations with the EU.
"The government now has a song to sing", he said.
May has faced a backlash over the plan from Brexit hardliners in her Conservative Party who say it gives too many concessions to the European Union, but she has support from moderates and there has been no challenge to her leadership.