Parliament has emptied and the action appears to be over, at least for the time being.
Brexit watchers are shifting their attention to 11 p.m. local time (6 p.m. ET), the deadline for Boris Johnson to request an extension to Article 50 from the European Union.
He is legally obliged to do so and has previously stated that the government would comply with the law. However, today in the House of Commons he caused huge confusion, after saying that the law didn't "compel" him to "negotiate" a delay to Brexit. Government officials elected not to clear up the messy words of the Prime Minister and as things stand, we are in the dark as to exactly what is going to happen, or if we will even hear what Johnson chooses to do.
Right now, Johnson will be talking with strategists and his closest aides working out what they can do.
They need to not break the law, but they need to not look as though they've gone back on their pledge of not delaying Brexit.
It's a tricky corner to be in and there's a very real chance that as the deadline hits, we will be none the wiser if the Prime Minister has broken the law or not.