Britain is due to leave the European Union in March of 2019. But the journey towards exiting the bloc has been anything but straightforward: here’s a look back at the twists and turns of the journey so far.
The lower house of the British Parliament passed the controversial trade bill after May gave in to hardliner demands. The prime minister has been struggling to find common ground within her own party over Brexit.
An attempt to translate the paper outlining the UK's exit from the EU has unleashed a wave of ridicule from native speakers on the continent. The German version is said to be "archaic" and "mythical" in its word choice.
The US president had said earlier this week that May did not pay heed to his "brutal" advice on Brexit negotiations. May's revelations follow a damning critique of her exit plans by Trump.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned that Brexit should not be used to create more bureaucracy. He was reacting to the British government's white paper on future relations with the bloc.
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