Speaking to the British press on June 3, UK government officials confirmed that there will not be a fifth time for the Brexit deal to go through.
The Brexit deal, which British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed on with the European Union, was rejected by the British Parliament three times.
Now the deal will be voted for the fourth time at the British Parliament.
The decision to bring the agreement to the House of Commons for the fourth time was taken during a bilateral meeting between May and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
According to Euronews, May wants a last opportunity before the parliament members go on their summer holidays.
Speaking to the British press on the vote to be held on June 3rd, government officials said that ‘there won’t be a fifth time’.