British Prime Minister Theresa May's top team meets later to decide whether to approve her Brexit plan.
Here at home, the Cabinet are also meeting this morning to discuss the draft withdrawal agreement.
It's taken 18 months for the British government to reach a draft agreement with Brussels - which Tory leave supporters are already urging ministers to reject.
Even if they're happy - it still needs to get past MPs.
Labour will only back the deal, if it's good for the UK - and the DUP's Sammy Wilson says it goes against eveything the DUP said they would deliver on: