May to Bring Brexit Deal to Parliament in the 3rd Week of June
The British Prime Minister Theresa May wants to present her Brexit deal again next month to the Parlement House. That must happen in the week of 3 June, a prime minister spokesperson reports.
Parliamentarians have voted away the May deal three times so far. The Prime Minister seeks more political support and held “useful and constructive” consultations with opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday evening.
His left Labor party has been talking to the conservative government for weeks about a way out of the Brexit impasse.
The division in British politics has meant that the Brexit has already been postponed twice.
That is why the United Kingdom must again hold European parliamentary elections this month. In a recent poll, the new pro-Brexit party by Nigel Farage was well ahead.