History will probably mark last week as a game-changing political moment in Northern Ireland.
If the Stormont assembly is not restored by 21 October, same-sex marriage is set to be legalised and abortion laws liberalised.
Rarely do devolved issues make it on to the House of Commons floor for debate.
Even rarer do devolved issues get an overwhelming backing from MPs during votes.
But two-and-a-half-years since the government at Stormont collapsed, are the tectonic plates of Northern Ireland politics now shifting?