Felt all Alternatives to Mays-Brexit Deal were already on the table, but not found a majority in the lower house. Now the Prime Minister is considering, apparently, her contract a second Time to the vote.
Three Times by the Parliament to Mays-Brexit Deal said no. You might think, even the British Prime Minister it is now time to go and call an election. But, on the contrary, she wants to present to the Brexit Treaty, apparently a fourth Time to vote, according to British media.
The Secretary-General of the Conservative party, Brandon Lewis, confirmed the non-specific, but the Numbers would move in the right direction, he told the BBC. "The Brexit Deal is the Referendum, and is good for the economy. But some colleagues still have concerns, we need to work on. At the end of the Parliament vote for something," says Lewis.