British Prime Minister Theresa May finally released her plans for what has widely become known as "Brexit."
Reuters reports May confirmed Britain will leave the European Single Market. She said the UK will work to establish its own free trade deals with other countries and limit immigration. The Birmingham Mail reports May said Britain will "get control of the number of people coming to Britain from the EU."
According to the BBC some of the other priorities for Brexit negotiations are: maintaining the common travel area between the UK and the Irish Republic, tariff-free trade with the EU and a customs agreement with the EU.
CNN reports May revealed for the first time that British government will make the final Brexit deal vote, which means parliament could block it.