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She said: "My concern is that the Chequers' proposal is an opening bid in negotiations and the European Union may well try to erode the position agreed by the cabinet".

Downing Street made clear the PM would fight any attempt to oust her by rebel MPs.

"The direct consequences of that will be Prime Minister Corbyn".

Boris Johnson resigned from his position on Monday.

One wonders why he did not resign on July 6, but perhaps he needed time to reflect, or he wanted to disturb Theresa May's government the night before she was to present her unified cabinet's Brexit plan to parliament.

"I get along with her very well, I have a very good relationship", he said.

After being the surprise pick as foreign secretary, Mr Johnson's gaffes did not cease.

Meanwhile, Ms Caulfield wrote: "'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".

"I have always liked him", he said, adding he had not spoken with Prime Minister May since Johnson quit.

"Before asking other employees to consider relocating, we will wait for further political and regulatory clarity in line with our overall post Brexit strategy", according to the memo.

"What I want to say to them is Britain is going to be a dependable ally, a country that stands up for the values that matter to the people of this country, and will be a strong confident voice in the world", BBC quoted him as saying.

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It had been feared that sustained heavy rain could raise water levels inside the cave, greatly hindering the rescue operation . Interior affairs minister Anupong Paojinda said Monday their health is good but declined to elaborate.

UK Attorney General Jeremy Wright replaces Hancock as the new culture secretary, with backbencher Geoffrey Cox replacing him as the new Attorney General.

The newly appointed foreign secretary was previously the longest-serving health secretary in history and is seen as a stable figure in May's government, maintaining a "studious loyalty to the prime minister throughout her current difficulties", The Independent says.

Even if the United Kingdom was to join the CPTPP, Finny said we would still have to negotiate bilaterally in terms of market access as we had with all the other members of the deal.

The final two then go to a postal ballot of all party members, with the position of leader, and in this instance prime minister, going to the victor.

Pro-Europeans want to retain close economic ties with the bloc and its market of 500 million people, while some, but not all, Brexit supporters want a clean break to make it possible to strike new trade deals around the world.

The negotiations with the European Union appear to have deteriorated into a state of complete capitulation.

There were also junior ministerial resignations as well, according to The Guardian.

"Productive cabinet meeting this morning - looking ahead to a busy week", May said on Twitter, as the resignations of Johnson and Davis sent shockwaves through Westminster and fuelled speculation that the turmoil could eventually topple her. Farage, who quit as leader following the 2016 European Union referendum result, called on Conservative MPs to hold a vote of no confidence over the prime minister.

Johnson may be warming up his vocal chords to sing a new Brexit song that does not stick in his throat. A fracturing of unity at the top of the party could test the loyalty of rank-and-file MPs, many of whom have spent the weekend listening to complaints of betrayal from pro-Brexit constituents.

In a meeting with her party late Monday, Mrs May raised the prospect that failure to back her could see the collapse of her government and give the left-wing opposition Labour party a route into power. Corbyn, addressing May in parliament, said her government should be ended if it was incapable of governing.

Asked whether May was in trouble following the rash of departures from her Government on Monday, the Environment Secretary replied: "No".