The cabinet has given consent in the planning of the UK Prime Minister for the pulling back of the Agreement Bill, along with compromises proposed to attract the backing of Labour MPs. It embraces the concept of a temporary customs relationship until the next general election and measures on the environment and the right of the US workers.

The bill will be introduced in a vote in early June, and if it fails,  the Prime Minister to come under extreme pressure for quitting. She will deliver a speech on the latest progressing at 1600 BST.

The Bill based on the Withdrawal Agreement is ratification required for bringing the pulling agreement negotiated with the EU into British law. MPs have declined the pulling back deal three times and discussed along with Labour on attempting a compromise a deal supportable to their MPs broke down last week.

International Development Secretary Rory Stewart recommended on Sunday that both sides were “ half an inch apart” on key issues and sensible  Labour MPs could be won round. But in-charge foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said her associates would vote against the pulling back the agreement Bill as she heard there was “ no radical difference” in what was being offered.

Ms. Thornberry told media that the UK Prime Minister was seizing in “ political theater” issuing bill was supposed to be declined once again. She said labor was still triggering for the customs union with the EU and close alignment with the single market after Brexit.

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