But he told the BBC, "If, when we get the detailed legislation, it turns out that it is a punishment Brexit, that it is keeping us in the European Union in all but name, I... will not vote for it".
He stressed that Britain was leaving the European Union as planned in March, adding: "You shouldn't make the ideal the enemy of the good". "And one of the things about this compromise is that it unites the cabinet".
The Times newspaper said, without citing sources, that May was taking a hard line and had promised senior allies that she would sack foreign ministerBoris Johnson, a Brexit supporter, if he tried "to undermine the peace deal".
The cabinet spent 12 hours at the Prime Minster's country retreat thrashing out how Britain will negotiate Britain leaving the European Union, with Sky reporting Johnson used the "T-word" "repeatedly".
It was a hard-won victory.
In an ominous warning to the Prime Minister, some 60 percent of those surveyed by the ConservativeHome website said the deal as outlined so far would be bad for Britain if implemented and the same proportion said they did not support it.
"Our proposal will create a UK-EU free trade area which establishes a common rule book for industrial goods and agricultural products. Stop undermining Scotland's best chance of a deal with the European Union".
"We can be more optimistic than we were a week ago", Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar told a news conference after meeting his Austrian counterpart in Dublin.
MPs are now waiting for more detail in a white paper to be published next Thursday. It remains to be seen whether the foreign secretary will be less vocal.
"(In) all of the important areas where an independent country chooses to exercise sovereignty, Britain will be able to do so", Gove said, adding the plan respected the referendum result.
The UK said it now wanted to accelerate the negotiations in an effort to secure an agreement by October, but also warned it will step up preparations for leaving on 29 March 2019 without a deal.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove, a leading Brexit supporter, admitted the proposal thrashed out by cabinet ministers during a day-long meeting on Friday was not flawless.
The opposition Labour party, by contrast, said the plan was "unworkable" and urged MPs to back Britain's continued membership of the customs union, which will be put to a vote in the House of Commons on July 16.
The SNP leader said on Twitter: "It simply underlines fact that if United Kingdom is leaving the EU (which I wish it wasn't) the only workable solution is to stay in single market and customs union".
"A deal that guarantees us access to the (EU's single market) until such time as we chose regulatory divergence?".
By also committing to ending free movement of people, the supremacy of the European court and "vast" payments to the bloc, May could be accused of "cherry-picking" the best bits of the EU by Brussels officials, who are determined to send a strong signal to other countries not to follow Britain out of the door.
Tory Andrew Bridgen said he could not support the proposals that came out of Chequers, describing them as a breach of the red lines and that he wouldn't support it "even if the European Union were paying us for it".
Britain said the proposal would also solve the problem of the Border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Since becoming prime minister almost two years ago, Mrs May - whose party does not enjoy a majority in Parliament - has endured outspoken criticism from senior ministers, most notably Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who wants a total rupture with the EU.
Multiple deaths and injuries reported Sunday after a passenger train derailed in the northwestern Turkish province of Tekirdağ. Tekirdag governor Mehmet Ceyhan said the area where the derailment happened was muddy from heavy rain and hard to reach.
White also said that Lesnar was sacked up and acting insane while he was sitting with him watching Cormier vs. He tested positive for the anti-estrogenic agent hydroxy-clomiphene in an out-of-competition U.S.
Wilshere is a free agent after leaving Arsenal last month following the expiration of his contract at the Emirates Stadium. Previously, he had been linked with Fenerbahce , and Wilshere revealed that this was something he would be open to.
Bourdain was in France working on Season 12 of " Parts Unknown " when he was discovered dead in his hotel room. He gave the same instructions for his cars, furniture, books, clothing and other household items.
The job growth shows the labour market shrugging off worries about a slowdown triggered by trade fights or rising borrowing costs. Remaining slack in the job market could be keeping a lid on wage growth, said Cathy Barerra, chief economist at ZipRecruiter.
And the respective media from both Germany and Spain have dropped an intriguing assessment of England's World Cup campaign. In the second half England goal keeper Jordan Pickford saved the day with stunning defense.
He votes with the GOP more often than most of his colleagues and has made a point of not crossing the president. If the pressure is enough, Manchin could likely bend to the White House's will on a Supreme Court nominee .
Four-year-old girl with cerebral palsy takes first steps
According to the family's YouCaring page , she spent the first 87 days of her life in the hospital's NICU before being sent home. According to FOX 2 Detroit , doctors told the little girl's family it could be up to a year before Maya could walk on her own.
Zaman's 73 helps Pakistan rout Australia
The T20I series between India and English team is tied at the 1-1 and the third match of the series is being played on Sunday. Pakistan included the youthful Afridi for his second T20I in place of Hasan Ali, while Usman Khan came in for Mohammad Nawaz.
Tiffany Haddish excited as Tyler Perry gets her a New Car
Haddish also explained that a man has never bought her a vehicle and that she has always had to make auto payments. Tiffany Haddish was gifted a Tesla auto by Tyler Perry after the actress claimed the model was her dream vehicle.
Hominins walked like modern humans, climbed like apes
Alemseged believes that all of this evidence combined shows what a critical, pivotal species afarensis was for human evolution. This fossil, dated at 3.32 million years ago, comprises most of the skull and torso, as well as many parts of the limbs.
Matteo Guendouzi 'to complete Arsenal move on Monday'
Gouendouzi, a France under-20 global , has been in the radar of several Premier League clubs since earlier this season. A £7.1m (€8m) plus add-ons deal has been agreed between the two clubs, according to Ouest-France.
Newcastle Council stresses heatwave is not melting roads
It had been reported that the unnamed 24-year-old man's foot became stuck after the tarmac beneath him melted and gave way. It's bracing for its longest heatwave in history, with temperatures expected to get into the 90s over the weekend.
Len McCluskey: Get a decent deal for jobs after Brexit
He also said JLR was still keen to invest in the UK. 'This would be in jeopardy should we be faced with the wrong outcome. But it said many jobs could be at risk if the government does not secure a strong Brexit deal that promotes trade.