UK PM reveals Withdrawal Agreement Bill

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Added On May 23, 2019

 In a keynote speech in London on Tuesday, May unwrapped her new 10-point plan, saying it gave MPs one last chance to deliver Brexit.

 
SOUNDBITE(ENGLISH): THERESA MAY, British Prime Minister
"If MPs vote against the second reading of this Bill, they are voting to stop Brexit."
British MPs have already rejected the prime minister's Brexit proposals three times. Her latest offer follows six-weeks of failed cross-party talks between the government and the opposition leader.
 May promised in her plan the measures on the alternative arrangements to replace the backstop by December 2020, the temporary customs relations, environment and workers' rights to attract the support of Labor MPs.
The Withdrawal Agreement Bill will be put to a Parliament vote in early June.