European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker promised that the EU would "continue to negotiate in good faith", while his chief spokesman said Mr Davis' departure would not affect the approach of Brussels, saying: "We are here to work". I think she is strengthened by all of this. We pay far too much and they pay far too little.
However, Mr Davis has said that he is not seeking to trigger a coup to remove the Prime Minister, and Downing Street insiders indicated that he was seen as doing "the honourable thing" in light of Mrs May's announcement that the doctrine of strict collective responsibility was being reimposed on Brexit. "Frankly, Putin may be the easiest of all".
Those believing that there will be a deal of some sort agreed with the European Union are effectively neck-and-neck with people who think there will be a Brexit with no deal agreed - 37% expect a deal, 34% expect Brexit to happen without a deal being agreed.
"I have not, no, I have not", he said.
Speaking as he got ready to leave for a trip to Europe that will see him meet Mrs May at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and then make his first visit to the United Kingdom as president, Mr Trump suggested he could make time to see Mr Johnson.
British Prime Minister Theresa May held what she said was a "productive" meeting of her new cabinet on Tuesday, before being hit by new resignations within her ruling Conservative party over her strategy for leaving the European Union.
Other ministers described the meeting as "very good". That, Trump said, would be "up to the people".
Conservative MP Andrea Jenkyns said she believed that Mrs May's time as Prime Minister was "over", telling BBC Radio 4's Today programme that she wanted a premier who would "provide true leadership and a positive post-Brexit vision for our country". "Have a very nice relationship".
"She talked about Corbyn, she talked about the alternative which is delivering the country to the sort of government that I don't think people have voted for and certainly any Conservative voter would be repelled by".
"I don't think that would be sensible, it would cause an very bad lot of uncertainty, nobody would know with whom they were dealing, and so I think she will survive for those reasons", she said.
Tropical Storm Chris expected to become a hurricane, Beryl weakening
The system was on a path that to go over the Lesser Antilles at the end of the weekend and into the eastern Caribbean. Saturday morning NOAA satellite photo shows Beryl, now a tropical storm, moving towards the Lesser Antilles.
Gove urges Tory MPs to back May's Brexit plan as backlash builds
Labour Party chairman Ian Lavery told BBC News "this is absolute chaos and Theresa May has no authority left". May was expected to tell MPs that the strategy agreed on at Chequers is the "right Brexit" for Britain.
FIFA warns Croatia player over Ukraine video
Pope Francis is trying to cheer up Brazilian soccer fans after the team's quarterfinal exit from the World Cup . Croatia play England in the semifinals in Moscow on Wednesday.
Over the past 40 years, four British Conservative prime ministers have tempted fate by addressing deep divisions within their own party over the U.K.'s relationship with the European Union, and some met their ultimate political demise: Edward Heath, Margaret Thatcher, John Major and David Cameron.
Mr Buckland said there had been a realisation that "we all hang together or we all hang separately".
Referring to a planned summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday, the U.S. president added: "And I have Putin".
Trump stoked domestic controversy, however, by refusing to say if he saw Putin as a friend or a foe. Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, appeared in court on Tuesday as part of his plea deal with Mueller.
"I assume we'll continue to be promiscuous about these negotiations: we'll try everything with nearly everyone".
"My concern is about the policy rather than the individual", he said.
"I think there will be more give and take but I'm not underestimating the challenges".
"The Government now has a song to sing".
"They didn't give it", Trump said.
Environment Secretary Gove's reputation was left "in tatters" after running for the leadership against his supposed ally Boris Johnson in 2016, says The Guardian, and he has kept a relatively low profile in recent months.