According to the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, claims MPs have a “duty” to “ ensure we deliver” Brexit by polling for the pulling back bill in the Commons. The government claims the bill needed to execute the deal of PM and it will be pondered by the MPs in the week starting 3rd June.

Before, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said the deal would be invalid if MPs did not approve it. But the representative of Jeremy Corbyn said Labour would not support the bill if no cross-party dead is finalized. Venture for finding a cross-party compromise started after the Brexit deal of the UK Prime Minister, the pulling back deal which was settled with the EU, was declined by MPs. During a trip to Paris,  being questioned whether she would give resignation if her Brexit plan is declined again by MPs, Mrs. May said the withdrawal bill would “ensure that we deliver Brexit for the public ”.

She added, “ while MPs come to look at this bill, come to vote on this legislation, I’m sure they will be thinking of the duty we have to ensure we deliver on the vote of the British public.”

The vote on the Withdrawal Agreement Bill which occur while MPs return from a half-term period of time would bring the termination agreement into the UK law.

According to the political editor Laura Kuenssberg, it was not similar to decision making that another meaningful vote would be a direct effortless yes or no to the divorce deal that the Prime Minister settled with the EU.

She said pointing another logic, MPs would be voting on the Withdrawal Bill, which is an entire time of new laws will be required to lead them to the European Union.

Concerning the House of Lords committee earlier, Stephen Barclay said, “ the bill for withdrawal will be published soon. He also said, “ I think if the House of Commons does not approve the WAB, then the Barnier deal is dead in that form and I think the House will have to then address a much more fundamental question between whether it will pursue… a no-deal option or whether it will revoke.”

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