News outfits would have it that Theresa May still wants to hold on to her Brexit proposal.
See for instance this Guardian article from today:
Theresa May hopes to bring her Brexit deal back to parliament again next week after it was rejected for a third time by MPs – and appears poised to trigger a general election if parliament fails to agree a way forward.
Or this tweet by a BBC reporter from yesterday evening:
Sense from chats here is that May will watch the outcome of Letwin process on Monday; then have one more try with MV3 [no really] essentially pitting it against Letwin. If she lost again, she'd have to request a long extension - and then potentially call a general election?
Under what circumstances would Bercow, who rejected having a 3rd vote unless there are substantial changes to what's being asked to the Commons, leading to a vote on the Withdrawal Agreement only (without the political declaration, and that is apparently why it doesn't qualify as meaningful), realistically allow May to get the Commons to vote on her deal a fourth time? Or put another way: what legal options does May have to work around him blocking a 4th vote?