With the hospital car parking charges motion approved, that's where we'll leave our live coverage of Parliament for today.
Compared to earlier in the week, it was a low-key day, but Labour's Sir Keir Starmer continued to put pressure on the Brexit Secretary David Davis over the gloomy economic predictions for Brexit leaked to the media.
David Davis told the Commons the outcome was "a work in progress" saying that modelling was "incredibly difficult".
That was followed by an urgent question on the financial troubles of outsourcing firm Capita.
There was a more collegiate mood later in the day when the Commons debated baby leave for MPs.
Women MPs shared stories about the challenges of having a newborn baby and being an MP.
The House of Commons is debating private members' bill on Friday. You can follow the discussions on BBC Parliament.
Don't forget you can watch a round up of Thursday in Parliament on BBC Parliament at 11pm.
Or if you prefer the radio version listen to Today in Parliament on Radio 4 at 11.30pm.
For now, goodbye!