MPs approved two significant changes to the Northern Ireland bill - intended to make it harder for a new prime minister to prorogue Parliament and force through a no-deal Brexit.
They endorsed last night's Lords amendment, to ensure Parliament sits for a fortnightly debate - on government updates on the restoration of power-sharing in Northern Ireland.
And they backed the Burt-Benn amendment by 315 to 274 votes, to ensure that debates and ministerial statements on this topic go ahead, even if Parliament has been suspended.
The Leader of the House of Commons set out the business for next week, saying:
Quote Message: I feel sure that there will be an opportunity for the House to hear from the new prime minister next week, although clearly I cannot comment on the precise circumstances that may pertain to that; that will be a matter for him, whoever he is. from Mel Stride Leader of the House of Commons
Next week will also include any necessary consideration of Lords amendments, and a debate on Tuesday 22 July on on body image and mental health. Mr Stride said that, at the conclusion of business on Thursday 25 July, Parliament would rise for the summer recess and return on Tuesday 3 September.
If you want to know more about the day's events, tune into Today in Parliament on BBC Radio 4, at 11:30pm.