The House of Commons in the U.K. will vote again on an exit deal proposed by Theresa May on June 3, in the same week when the American President begins his state visit in the country.
The plan was announced during a meeting between the UK Prime Minister and opposition Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn. "This evening the Prime Minister met the Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons to make clear our determination to bring the talks to a conclusion and deliver on the referendum result to leave the EU," a spokesman said. May’s agreement has now been voted down three times by Parliament. At this moment, preparing as needed the EU elections, Nigel Farage’s recently formed Brexit Party could emerge the big winner. “Westminster has betrayed your vote for Brexit,” Farage said Tuesday, tweeting out a Brexit Party ad. “It’s time to fight back.”
Earlier this month, the Conservatives lost more than 1,000 seats in English local elections, although they remained the largest party overall. May is likely to see the pressure for her to step down. She has already indicated she won’t stay in office for the next general election. All this could influence the BREXIT vote.