UK Parliament to hold another Brexit vote in June
British Prime Minister Theresa May will introduce a bill in early June to implement Brexit, the government has announced.
May is giving MPs another chance to vote on Brexit in early June - whether or not the government and Labour have reached a deal by then.
Labour sources say they will not back the bill without a cross-party deal. Attempts to find a cross-party compromise began after the PM's Brexit deal was previously rejected three times by MPs.
According to the government sources, there would not be a fifth attempt if Mrs May's deal is voted down for a fourth time, BBC reported.