Tomorrow, Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg will make a statement to the House, in which he was expected to tell MPs to remain in Westminster next week in case of a breakthrough in negotiations.
But tonight it now appears the Prime Minister will stick to the original Commons timetable, meaning after tomorrow MPs are not due to sit again until the EU transition period deadline has passed on December 31.
If a last-minute deal is brokered between the UK and EU, the Prime Minister will have to ask the Speaker to recall Parliament so it can be ratified by the House of Commons.
Any trade deal stuck between Brussels and Britain must be voted on by both MPs and MEPs before it comes into place.
More to follow…