MPs to anew vote on withdrawal bill in early June

LONDON, A vote on the bill that would pave the way for Brexit was “imperative” if the UK was to leave the EU before MPs’ summer recess, Downing Street said.

Spokesman of the British Prime Minister said in a statement that it was imperative to anew vote on the bill if Britain was to leave the EU before the summer recess.

Labour sources say they will not back the bill without a cross-party deal.

If Mrs May’s deal is defeated, Number 10 said the UK is set for no deal or for Article 50 to be revoked.

Attempts to find a cross-party compromise began after the PM’s Brexit deal was previously rejected three times by MPs.

Source: Kuwait News Agency