UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her government will release documentation of lawmaking in the first week of June which would push Brexit towards potential proceeding approved by the parliament according to the Downing Street representative declared on Tuesday.

The statement published between Theresa May and the opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on a possible compromise which would end a standoff on Brexit in parliament. Theresa May met with Jeremy Corbyn, “ to make clear our determination to bring the talks to a conclusion and deliver on the referendum result to leave the EU”.

According to the representative, “ we will, therefore, be bringing forward the Withdrawal Agreement Bill in the week beginning June 3”, mentioning a draft based on the divorce deal agreed with EU leaders.

UK Prime Minister was seeking a “ stable majority in parliament that will ensure the safe passage of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill and the UK’s swift exit from the EU”, as per the representative.

For the past six weeks, ministers along with Labour counterparts have talked about how parliament might accept the deal UK Prime Minister hit with the European Union last year. Progress has been awfully slow, and there are developing calls in the Conservative party of UK Prime Minister to desert the proceedings.

But her ministers talked about at a cabinet meeting that “the compromises which the government was prepared to consider ” and granted to keep discussion according to the representative of UK Prime Minister.

They also professed that it was crucial that any exit planning would be approved by parliament before MPs go on their summer holiday, which actually starts at the end of July. The representative said, “ what she (May) is working to do is to get a deal passed as soon as possible”.

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