Theresa May says she intends to make a "bold offer" to MPs to force their approval on new BREXIT deal.
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.