Late last night the Assembly voted down an amendment proposed by Stewart Dickson and Trevor Lunn to allow a termination in the case of fatal foetal abnormality.
Here is a link so you can seek how each MLA voted on this issue, but here are some interesting votes.
In terms of party leaders, Arlene Foster, Colum Eastwood and Jim Allister all voted no.
Martin McGuinness, Steven Agnew, David Ford and Mike Nesbitt voted for the amendment.
Only the DUP (against) and Sinn Fein (for) had all of their MLAs voting as one bloc.
The SDLP, who are against, saw Claire Hanna abstain on the motion, the rest voted against.
Likewise, Alliance who have a free vote, saw Kieran McCarthy abstain on the motion, the rest voted for.
The UUP also have a free vote, saw Nesbitt, Andy Allen, Michael McGimpsey vote for.
David McCann holds a PhD in North-South relations from University of Ulster. You can follow him on twitter @dmcbfs