Theresa May is facing a challenge to her government after losing a vote on the Brexit deal by an historic margin.
British MPs rejected the withdrawal agreement by a majority of 230 in the House of Commons.
No UK government has lost a vote by such a margin in nearly a century.
The DUP say they'll support the British Prime Minister in a no confidence motion which will be debated later.
It was put forward by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn following last night's result.
The UK is due to leave the EU on March 29th.
European Parliament Vice Presidentn and Midlands Northwest MEP Mairead McGuinness says it's still possible the UK government might delay the exit date, by extending Article 50.