Brexit Brief: Crunch time for cross-party talks as PM plans fresh vote on withdrawal deal

Weeks of cross-party talks between the U.K.’s Conservative and Labour parties aimed at forging a consensus on Brexit are nearing their endgame.

Prime Minister Theresa May has told the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn that she will bring her thrice-rejected withdrawal bill back before the House of Commons on June 3.

In a meeting with Corbyn on Tuesday, the PM said she wanted to see the bill approved by ministers before the House’s summer recess in late July.

“Talks this evening between the prime minister and the leader of the opposition were both useful and constructive,” according to a statement from May’s office.

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