We still do not know the answer to this question, as on Monday Speaker John Berkov blocked the British Prime Minister's vote on the Brexit deal.
But we will get an idea of the level of support for the deal in Parliament today, when the first vote was taken on the detailed legislation that made it a law.
This vote will be on what is confusingly known as the second reading of the bill at the second reading . So which way will he go? CNN tried to evaluate the level of support for the Johnson deal, based on information about how deputies voted on Saturday, their public statements and other reports in other credible media outlets.
Against the deal: Opposite Johnson are 231 Labor MPs, 35 Scottish National Party members, 19 Liberal Democrats, 10 Democratic Unionist Party MPs, five Independent National Party members, 4 Independent National Party members , three independent Conservatives and one Green MP. Another seven independent MPs are likely to vote against the deal. That's a total of 315. Remove two employees and get a final result of 313.
Three Labor MPs and one Northern Ireland Independent Trade Union remain unauthorized but bent to support the deal.