Cabinet rows about the soft Brexit nature of the plan prompted the resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis at the beginning of the week.
The UK has spoken of boosting the Commonwealth and forging a free trade pact with India after Brexit, but that will not be easy if Britain refuses to budge from its tough position on movement of people and visas. It is not be something I would vote for nor is it what the British people voted for'.
Other amendments would make it impossible for Northern Ireland to be in a separate customs arrangement to the rest of the United Kingdom - an arrangement previously suggested by the European Union - and would require the United Kingdom to have a separate Value-Added Tax regime from the EU.
'Now, it is time for the European Union to respond in kind, we approach these negotiations with a spirit of pragmatism, compromise and, indeed, friendship, I hope, I trust that the European Union will engage with our proposals in the same spirit, ' he told parliament.
Their departures, followed by a clutch of junior aides, destabilised May's government and revived talk of a leadership challenge against her.More news: Donald Trump: 'Nato is much stronger than it was two days ago'
Rees-Mogg told AFP his aim was only "to help the government stick to some of its earlier promises".
"It would deliver on both sides' commitments to Northern Ireland and Ireland, avoiding a hard border without compromising the EU's autonomy or the UK's sovereignty".
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".
"For the record. ERG is not expecting any further resignations, nor were we expecting any in the first place", said Mr Jenkin.
"This week we have an opportunity to deepen this unique trading relationship and begin discussions about how we will forge a strengthened, ambitious and future-proof trade partnership". "We are supporting Theresa for PM".More news: Harry, Meghan mobbed by fans on first official visit to Ireland
At a meeting with her Conservative Party lawmakers on Monday (9 July), she was cheered and applauded by many as she warned them that internal squabbling could pave the way for socialist opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to take power instead.
"If anyone in the Conservative Party is then thinking about voting that down, that is the point at which they are going to endanger everything they have been trying to achieve".
In an article for the Spectator, journalist Charles Moore wrote: 'At Chequers, I hear, one of her responses to suggested changes in her blueprint was to say, "No, that's not possible, because I've already cleared it [the existing text] with Mrs Merkel"'.
Britain's finance ministry declined to comment on the FT report, but said finance minister Philip Hammond has argued that the EU's existing equivalence system would not work for Britain.
"Seeing as the prime minister isn't bringing Brexit home I'm concerned attending would be a bad omen for football coming home".More news: Judge holds firm on deadline for reuniting immigrant families