British Prime Minister Theresa May will be presenting new plans for Brexit to Parliament later today.
Prime Minister May told Members of Parliament that they will be able to vote on the possibility of another referendum if they accepted the Brexit deal negotiated with the EU.
She warned that if the majority of the MPs at the House of Commons once again vote against the deal, plans to leave the EU might be shelved once and for all.
The PM will be making a statement addressed to the MPs about the changes she has made to the plan.
Labour PMs said that only a few changes have been made so they would not be supporting any new plan.
The MPs have already voted three times against the deal negotiated between PM May and the EU, and all attempts to find a formal compromise with the Opposition have completed failed.