Brexit was about taking back control, and definitely not about giving £350 million to the NHS, but what will actually happen on Britain's 'Independence' day?
On Monday, the prime minister Theresa May informed the House of Commons about a transition deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
If no post-Brexit deal has been agreed by 29 March 2019, and the 27 EU members have not unanimously agreed to extend talks, then all agreements between UK and the EU were scheduled to cease.
However, the transition deal will come into effect, avoiding this cliff edge.
According to May's statement, that will mean freedom of movement continues, the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice continues, and Britain stays beholden to the regulations of the Single Market and Customs Union.
And all without Britain having any say over it.
What is even the point then?
According to the Guardian's diplomatic editor, the only body that the UK will official leave on 29 March 2019 is the Council of Ministers.
Patrick Wintour made the claim in a tweet on Tuesday.
On Independence Day March 2019 only EU body from which UK will be independent is Council of Ministers - where decisions are taken. Brilliant