Mrs May said she will “not be simply asking MPs to think again” on the same deal that they have repeatedly rejected but on “an improved packaged of measures that I believe can win new support”. Some extra protections for workers are expected to be a part of the deal. The vote will be done in June and the success is not possible without cross-party support. If the bill is not passed, the default position is that the UK will leave the EU on 31 October without a deal. The government’s talks with Labor over BREXIT however broke down on Friday without an agreement.
A Cabinet meeting on Tuesday is to consider plans for a series of “indicative votes” by MPs to establish which proposals could command a majority. The government should add a public vote to the Brexit legislation which MPs will vote on next month, the shadow Brexit secretary has told to media. One widely discussed option is for a “confirmatory vote” with the choice between accepting whatever deal the government agrees, or remaining in the EU.