Brexit deal has been rejected so far at the House of Commons.
British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to set a timetable for the election of her successor after the fourth Brexit vote in the first week of next month. Sources also told the BBC that May may resign if the Brexit deal does not go through again.
Theresa May’s Brexit Deal with the European Union (EU) was rejected at the Parliament three times before.
Meanwhile, former London Mayor and Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has announced that he will take the lead in the Conservative Party after May’s departure.
May had won the vote of confidence among deputies of the Conservative Party at the end of last year, and according to party rules, until next December.
May, however, is under increasing pressure to leave her office this summer, as a result of the Brexit deadlock.
BBC editor Laura Kuensberg said that the top party sources said that it was “impossible” for May to remain in office if the Brexit Agreement was rejected for the fourth time.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said that he would not support the agreement if the EU does not guarantee UK’s remaining in the Customs Union and the protection of worker, consumer and environmental rights.