(Photo by Ludovic MARIN / AFP)
(Photo by Ludovic MARIN / AFP)

London: The cross-party discussions over Brexit on Friday ended without any agreement six weeks after they started. British Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn blamed what he called the government’s “increasing weakness and instability”, saying the discussions had “gone as far as they can”, the BBC reported.

Prime Minister Theresa May, who has promised to set a timetable for leaving Downing Street following a Brexit vote in June, will try once again to win the support of MPs in the week beginning June 3, when the Commons votes for the first time on the European Union (EU) Withdrawal Agreement Bill – the legislation needed to implement her deal with the EU. Also, EU citizens in UK have, now, their say on Brexit in European vote.