His resignation will be a blow to the government which is said to be facing a heavy defeat in tomorrow's vote.
When Foster said "we never had a hard border" in Ireland, however, people responded in disbelief.
"The Brexit process has been defined by a flawed concept, incompatible red-lines, unrealistic expectations and imaginary solutions".
The DUP has demanded an explanation from the Prime Minister after she warned that a no-deal Brexit could spark "changes to everyday life in Northern Ireland" that jeopardised the union.
TUV leader Jim Allister said it was "time to make Brussels face reality". It deserved no better.
"I hear the words of the Prime Minister but the actions of the past two years speak equally clearly".
"(The) PM needs to now present (the) European Union the unequivocal choice of ditch the backstop or face no deal".
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Aodhán Connolly, director of the NI Retail Consortium, said the rejection of the deal would be a "cause for concern" across the business community in Northern Ireland.
Retail NI's chief executive Glyn Roberts said although Mrs May's deal was not "perfect", it still represented a path towards some form of certainty. "We await the UK Government's Plan B and hope that it will offer a way forward that cannot only secure the support of politicians but will also deliver certainty and security for business, trade and jobs".
"We are now closer than ever to the possibility of a no deal that will be a disaster for Northern Ireland".
The EU officials confirmed in a letter that even if the target date were not met, the United Kingdom still has an option of extending a status-quo transition period to avoid triggering the backstop.
Director general of the British Irish Chamber, John McGrane said: "The British Irish Chamber regrets the outcome in Westminster this evening".
He said Ireland would not object if Britain asked for an extension to Article 50, but that such a request would have to be accompanied by a plan that allowed for an orderly Brexit.
He said: "I think the current agreement is finished".