Brits get ready to vote for their EU representatives this may 23rd....After voting by 52% to leave the bloc three years ago...As the Brexit process continues to stall...Earlier this year the EU agreed to extend the UK's original March 29 deadline to leave the bloc, amid parliamentary deadlock on a departure deal...UK prime minister Theresa May now has until october 31st to get a deal through parliament ...On Tuesday she revealed her new revamped withdrawal agreement bill...Failing to win over both opposition MPs, and many within her own party...This bill is expected to come up for a vote in the week starting June 3rd...In what will be the fourth time she has tried to get her exit agreement passed by parliament.This time she's promised a Commons vote on whether or not to hold another referendum, on whatever version of Brexit they end up approving...After this vote... May says she plans to meet with the chairman of her Conservative Party's 1922 Committee, an uinfleuncial group of backbenchers, to agree a timetable for the election of her successor...She has said she'll leave office after the measures she outlined are voted on...The government is aiming for the law to be approved by the time parliament's summer recess begins on July 20...Otherwise the process could be delayed until October 31st - or even later if EU leaders were to grant Britain another delay...

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