Britain has left the European Union. More than three years after Britons voted to sever ties with the bloc, Brexit has happened.
So that is it, right? No more negotiations, debates and votes?
Not quite – 31 January merely marked the end of the first stage of the process.
What is left to sort out?
Britain has worked out the terms of its exit from the EU – Prime Minister Boris Johnson renegotiated Theresa May’s Brexit deal with Brussels and got MPs to pass it in the wake of his historic general election victory.
Known as the withdrawal agreement, it sets out the “divorce bill” that Britain will pay as it leaves, as well as protections for EU citizens living in the UK, customs arrangements for Northern Ireland and the terms of the transition period (more on that later).
Now the PM has to work out Britain’s future relationship with the EU, which includes areas like trade and security.