You have all probably heard the news by now, that our MPs have voted by 315 votes to 274 to use a law from way back in 1797 to try and block someone like Boris Johnson from using prorogation to let the clock run down to a no deal Brexit on the 31st of October.
This is as a result of an amendment by MPs to the House of Lords amendment I talked about in a video yesterday.
The House of Lords amendment, which passed yesterday, tells the government to meet and debate aspects of Northern Ireland power sharing over the next few months.
But although it makes it a little more difficult, prorogation or the shutting down of parliament, could probably still take place.
So 24 cross party MPs led by Remainer Labour MP Hilary Benn, managed to table and get voted through an amendment that aims to force the government to recall parliament to hold those meetings, if it had already been prorogued.
So if Boris Johnson as the new Prime Minister and member of the Privy Council, advises the Queen to prorogue parliament and she does so, this new provision in a Northern Ireland Bill on power sharing would force the recall of parliament to hold the power sharing announcements and debates for five working days.
And the Remainers are obviously hoping they'll have some sort of working plan to reverse Brexit by then.