These last weeks have been a firework of Brexit news in the UK and among others led to at least one politician (Michael Gove) admitting he would vote for May’s deal if it returned to parliament (I believe I heard a few people voice it in one of the Commons debates I heard, but my memory is foggy and I certainly wouldn’t know who it would have been).
Disregarding any potential future deals the current Prime Minister may or may not secure and assuming normal operations when Parliament returns from prorogation next month could either of the following theoretically happen:
An MP or a group of MPs introduce a bill or motion or whatever to overturn Parliament’s previous decision (if necessary) and accept the deal Theresa May agreed with the EU; or
In case the Kinnock amendment has actually passed and is consequential (I’m not sure I understood the procedures and contents entirely), May’s deal is returned to parliament as a result of the procedures of legislation and a majority accepts the deal.
Both cases would lead to the UK exiting the EU under the terms of May’s deal; if there are others that I am missing please don’t feel required to ignore them.
In short: Could the House of Commons still decide to vote on May’s deal and agree to leave the EU under that deal’s terms?
Pre-emptive note: I am not asking whether any of these procedures are likely to happen or who would support them, merely if they are theoretically and legally possible and not disqualified by precedent or customs.