Speaker John Bercow Allows For Third Vote On Brexit Deal
According to Reuters, British parliament Speaker John Bercow accepted the government's bid to hold another vote on Brexit.
Speaker Bercow said that a new motion put forward by Prime Minister Theresa May's government met the requirements of his earlier ruling.
The speaker required the Prime Minister's government to substantially change their withdrawal agreement before a third formal vote could be held.
The prime minister's Brexit deal has been voted down by the parliament twice, but it must be passed to secure an extension for the withdrawal process granted by EU leadership.