British PM May, ministers agree must ratify Brexit deal by summer break
Tuesday, 14 May 2019 The British government agreed on Tuesday that it was "imperative" to ratify Britain's exit from the European Union before the summer break, setting out the clearest deadline so far for Brexit and the prime minister's possible departure.
According to Business Insider, British members of Parliament will be left with two options if they reject the Brexit deal again.
MPs will vote on the UK's revised withdrawal agreement next month, after extending the deadline to leave the EU until October.
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