Brexit: Theresa Mays plans 'bold offer' to get support for deal
Writing in the Sunday Times, Mrs May said the bill will be a "bold offer". Extra protections for workers are expected to be among the proposals, with Mrs May trying to win over the support of some Labour MPs in a final attempt to get her Brexit plan passed. This comes after the government's talks with Labour over Brexit broke down. Mrs May announced this week that MPs will vote on the bill - which would bring the withdrawal agreement into UK law - in the week beginning 3 June. If the bill is not passed, the default position is that the UK will leave the EU on 31 October without a deal. Labour has said it will vote against the bill while many Conservative MPs also remain opposed, meaning the legislation could fail to clear its first parliamentary hurdle. Why PM's Brexit plan may not be dead yet Brexit: What happens next? A really simple guide to Brexit But in her Times piece, Mrs May said she will "not be simply asking MPs to think again" on the same deal that they have repeatedly rejected - but on "an improved packaged of measures that I believe can win new support". The PM said she wanted MPs to consider the new deal "with fresh pairs of eyes - and to give it their support".