Up to three key votes could take place in the Commons this week.
The first vote will be on another meaningful vote this evening.
Prime Minister Theresa May won legally binding Brexit assurances from the European Union last night in a last ditch attempt to save her Brexit deal before the votes.
If the withdrawal agreement finally passes, MPs will move on to legislation to implement the deal.
However, it is not clear if the assurances she has agreed will be enough to win over the 116 additional MPs she needs to reverse the crushing defeat her deal suffered on Jan. 15th.
So, in the most likely outcome- if her deal is rejected, a vote on ‘leaving the EU without a deal’ on March 13th will take place.
If the no-deal vote also gets rejected, a third vote will take place on March 14th.
This vote will see MPs decide on whether the Prime Minister should seek an extension to the UK’s exit from the EU, which is currently due to happen on March 29.
What happens during these three days will determine the future of the UK outside the European Union.