The move by Labour to try and force a vote against a no deal Brexit on the 25th of June by taking control of the business of the House of Commons, was thankfully voted down by MPs this afternoon.
The motion that I talked about in a video this morning that could have severely tied the hands of any new Prime Minister, fell by 309 votes to 298. A result that was met with cheers from the Tory side and a shout of "you won't be cheering in September" from the leader of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn.
This means that the immediate danger of attempts to take a no deal Brexit, or more accurately a WTO Brexit, off the table has receded. Although there will obviously be further attempts as the crunch date of October the 31st approaches.
The Remainer MPs know that removing no deal from the table will at the very least delay Brexit and, if they play their cards right, scupper it completely.
And right on cue, the shadow Brexit Secretary, Keir Starmer, said:
"There will be other procedural mechanisms we can use. We are already looking at what those other opportunities will be."
And I would wager that the Speaker, John Bercow, will not be too far away to offer advice to those who would wish to exploit any of those opportunities.
And that must be the biggest message ever to Brexiteers, that any incoming serious Brexiteer PM replacing Theresa May, will need to have ..