The Prime Minister was greeted by loud cheers from Tory MPs and shouts of "resign" from the opposition benches as she arrived to deliver a statement in which she said her proposals would deliver "a Brexit that is in our national interest... the right Brexit deal for Britain".
Otherwise, they believe a disorderly no-deal Brexit beckons - with all the consequences they think that will have in the United Kingdom and across the EU.
"The Government have no doubt that this support will continue", it said.
The ERG's chairman, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has said he has not sent a letter to the 1922 Committee, and expects Mrs May to remain in office at least until Brexit Day in March 2019.
But Davis said a leadership challenge would be the "wrong thing to do" and insisted he believed May was a "good prime minister".
Described by news site BirminghamLive as the "most popular potential replacement for Theresa May", Home Secretary Javid is widely regarded as one of the front runners for the top role.
But the leader of the Scottish Conservatives Ruth Davidson said Mrs May was "correct to accept the Foreign Secretary's resignation".
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Strung from a zip wire high above London while clutching two British flags, a harness tightly gripping his suit, is how many will remember Mr Johnson.
"The Chequers Car Crash crosses Theresa May's own red lines, it certainly fails Labour's six tests and it is a million miles away from the kind of Brexit people thought they were getting - whether they voted Leave or Remain in 2016".
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.
She then returned to Downing Street to fill the gaps left on the government benches by several resignations, sparked by the Brexit secretary, David Davis, who stepped down late on Sunday night.
In his resignation letter, Mr Johnson, who spearheaded the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union, declared the Brexit dream is "dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt".
"And we'll have as good a relationship with Jeremy Hunt", Mr Pyne said on Tuesday.
Fianna Fail's Brexit spokesperson Lisa Chambers said the double resignation was of "grave concern" but urged the British Government to continue with its plan to publish the white paper this week.
"Nine ministers have now resigned from the two key Brexit departments since Article 50 was triggered".