British Prime Minister accepts parliament to vote on EU deal

Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Tuesday to give British lawmakers a vote on the final Brexit deal before it is finalised, seeking to fend off a rebellion over a bill to start negotiations to leave the EU.

May had previously promised a vote in parliament before the deal comes into force, but conceded this would now take place before it was concluded, a key demand from many pro-European lawmakers.

However, her government warned that in the event of parliament rejecting the withdrawal terms and any deal on a new trading relationship with the European Union, Britain would still leave the bloc.

Source: VOV5