The Prime Minister's Brexit deal will be "dead" if the withdrawal count does
Mr Barclay said that the bill – which paves the way for Brexit – will be considered by MEPs during the week beginning June 3.
He said if the plan is rejected by MEPs, the UK will not meet any agreements or Article 50 can be revoked ̵
But Jeremy Corbyn's spokesman has said Labor would not support the bill if no agreement was reached.  Attempts to find a compromise between the parties began after the Mays Brexit agreement, the revocation agreement negotiated with the EU was rejected three times by MEPs.
Government sources have told the BBC that there would be no further attempt to reject the plan.
- PM all but time to pass the Brexit agreement
- Remaining parties should not be suffocated "
The vote – which will take place when MPs return from half-time delay – would withdraw the UK law revocation agreement through the withdrawal agreement.  Speaking to the Election Committee of the EU Committee, Barclay said that the WAB will be published "as soon as possible."
He said: "I think that if WB is not allowed to approve WAB, then The Barnier agreement died in that form and I think the House needs to address a much more fundamental question between whether it will continue … an alternative without alternatives or whether it will be lifted. "
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said MPs had to decide whether to vote for Brexit or not.
If the EU agreement on withdrawal of payments were to be submitted, the prime minister could continue with his ambition to deliver Brexit before the summer – despite the lack of agreement so far in the cross-party talks, said BBC's political correspondent Iain Watson.
Jeremy Corbyn's spokesman said that unless there was an agreement based on "real compromise and government movement", the bill would be "based on the same botched Brexit deal rejected three times already by parliament " It is not exactly the same thumbs up or thumbs down that another meaningful vote would be. It is a simple yes or no to the divorce agreement negotiated by the prime minister with the EU.
This time, it will be the draft proposal that is a lot of new laws coming needed to get out of the European Union.
The draft of that invoice is still kept under cover. Very, very few people have seen it. It is much more detailed than just a vote if the agreement were to be.
Of course, it gives people more things to object to.
Although Theresa May could have prayed into the cabinet that people in every direction must move from absolutism and move to compromise, there is not much evidence of it.
When and when the invoice actually appears, well – with the words of a prime minister – can make the matter worse before they can get better.
Brexiteer and Conservative MP Steve Baker said bringing the bill forward "over the head" of the DUP MPs – which the government relies on majority – would "eradicate the government's majority".
"What does the government think?" he asked.
DUP Westminster leader Nigel Dodds said: "If the prime minister takes the countdown to the public for voting, the question" What has changed? "
" If she can't show something new that addresses the problem of backstop, then it is highly likely that her contract will go down to defeat once again. "
Backstop is the controversial part of the recall aimed at securing an open border on the island of Ireland if the UK leaves the EU without securing an overall agreement.
What is the draft law of revocation?
The UK must go through a law to implement the revocation agreement – the part of PM's Brexit deal that will take the country out
This legislation would make citizens' rights part of the contract directly enforceable in British courts and put their relationship with the EU Cou  It will also allow ministers to make "divorce payments" to the EU under the current agreement and implement the so-called backstop plan for the Irish border.
MPs will be able to vote on amendments to the bill and this could enable ministers to make a compromise they reach me d Labor in the conversation between the parties
If the bill is introduced in the first week of June, it will be seven days after the European Parliament's election – which secretary of education Damian Hinds has acknowledged may be "difficult" for the conservatives.
A state visit by US President Donald Trump and a Peterborough by-election will also take place the same week.