Fourth vote on May's Withdrawal Agreement confirmed for early June

Theresa May will once again try and get her Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament after cross-party talks with Labour. This looks like a final, last desperate roll of the dice for the Prime Minister.

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The confirmation comes after a meeting between her and Jeremy Corbyn yesterday evening.

In a statement, Downing Street said that May and Corbyn had met in the House of Commons.

“We will therefore be bringing forward the Withdrawal Agreement Bill in the week beginning the 3rd June.”

Talks between May and the Labour Leader were described as “both useful and constructive”.

Is a mega establishment stitch-up on the way? And if so, surely pro-Brexit MPs aren’t going to vote it through?

This looks like it could be the final last gasp for May’s premiership, with Beth Rigby of Sky News describing it as the “end game” for May.

If her terrible EU deal is rejected for a fourth time, surely even she will finally get the message and resign – or be forced out?