If the vote goes ahead, then that's great news for Johnson and the government - considering the momentum appears to be on their side right now.
Having been denied a straight "yes or no" vote on his Brexit deal on Saturday because lawmakers voted instead to delay that decision, Johnson wants to try again on Monday.
"This is because the Speaker will likely get up at 3.30pm and say that, as a result of the fact that the House of Commons has already made a decision on this via the Letwin amendment, there can not be a meaningful vote until that legislation has been carried out".
Sir Keir Starmer, the shadow Brexit secretary, has also indicated that the opposition could back the Withdrawal Agreement Bill if it was put to voters in a national poll against an option to Remain.
This came as a blow to Johnson's efforts to ratify a new deal reached with the European Union on the terms of Britain's departure.
But European Parliament's chief Brexit official, Guy Verhofstadt, said last week MEPs will only start their work once the UK Parliament has passed a fully binding Brexit deal, and if that slips past the European plenary session this week, it may have to be picked up in the session that begins on November 13.
Labour has pledged to support an election if the threat of a no deal Brexit is removed - which in principle could happen this week - but its poll ratings have plummeted and it may hold out until they improve.
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And with their forwards constantly getting over the gain line, they soon increased it when Aaron Smith scampered over. Mo'unga opened the scoring with a sixth-minute penalty after Jacob Stockdale was penalised for a deliberate knock-on.
Boris Johnson's spokesman said the government would pull a planned "meaningful vote" on its Brexit deal if Members of Parliament "render it pointless" with amendments, the prime minister's spokesman told reporters in London.
If Mr Bercow blocks the vote, focus will switch to the Government bringing its WAB before MPs on Monday, with a vote on its second reading on Tuesday.
Mr O'Neill said the Prime Minister was "sailing very close to the wind" and "not entirely in accord with spirit" of the Act by sending the second letter, in which he said an extension would "damage" the UK's interests. Monday: Scottish court hearingScotland's highest court, the Court of Session, is due to consider on Monday a legal challenge that sought to force Johnson to comply with the so-called Benn Act.
The main opposition Labour Party is trying to create a cross-party alliance that would back Johnson's deal on the condition that it is fixed to keep Britain in a customs union with the EU.
Under the terms of the Benn Act, which was passed against the PM's wishes, the Prime Minister was compelled to write to the European Union asking for a three-month Brexit extension if he had not secured a deal by 11pm United Kingdom time on October 19.
With the Brexit deadline looming and British politicians still squabbling over the country's departure terms, Johnson has been forced to ask the European Union for a three-month delay to Britain's departure date.
The EU may also decide not to formally respond to such a letter from the PM until it sees if Mr Johnson can get the Withdrawal Agreement Bill through Parliament.
"EU Council President Donald Tusk tweeted that he had received the extension request and would consult EU leaders 'on how to react'. The act doesn't require the prime minister to abandon his political objectives, his political beliefs, that we should leave on the 31st".