After three consecutive Parliamentary rejections of her deals to exit the EU, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday told MPs that she'd let them vote to hold a second Brexit referendum and possibly make the plan disappear altogether. There's just one condition: MPs have to vote for May's EU-approved deal first. May will execute her fourth and likely final Brexit deal vote in June. May said she'd include a provision in the deal that allows the House of Commons to vote to hold a second referendum. That means MPs could hold another nationwide vote on leaving the EU, but if voters reject Brexit in a second referendum, that deal and Brexit will be scrapped altogether.

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