Brexit: Proof No One Knows What's Going On
This sign language expert has summed up what the world understands about the world's biggest and messiest divorce.
A sign language interpreter went viral on Thursday night, as she tried to translate the chaos surrounding Brexit.
Ell Potter posted the hilarious footage as she watched a BBC News update on Thursday.
The interpreters facial expressions are pure G-O-L-D.
What's going on?
In a nut shell: British Prime Minister Theresa May and her people have been trying to thrash out a draft deal for the UK to exit the European Union after Britons voted in June 2016 to leave.
After months of stalled negotiations, the two sides finally reached a breakthrough agreement on Wednesday that solved the sharpest of issues and provided a transition period to work out a future trade deal.
By Thursday, May announced her cabinet had agreed to the terms of the deal-the document is 585 pages long.
Since then it's gone pear shaped.
At least seven MPs have quit, including The UK's Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
What does that mean? The future of the PM and the Brexit deal is now on shaky ground.
The two sides have until March 29, 2019, to sign, seal and deliver an agreement.
But currently, May's Conservative Party is split between the hardline 'Brexiteers' who want a clean cut break, and those after a 'softer' Brexit.
Theresa May insists she will keep pushing and see the deal through.