It's nearly two years since the UK formally left the 27-member bloc, and one year since it began operating largely free of Brussels' rules.
Welcome to our special mini-series of articles to help you understand what's happened with Brexit since the United Kingdom left the European Union.
It's now nearly two years since the UK formally left the EU, and one whole year since the new terms took effect and Britain began operating independently from Brussels' rules.
In some areas the impact of the "hard" version of Brexit negotiated by Boris Johnson has been acute. And despite promises of a "clean break", London and Brussels continue to squabble over arrangements.
Over the year Euronews has reported on several areas of the UK economy which have suffered from acute labour shortages. Here we give an assessment of the latest state of play.
Faced with a lack of workers, British winemakers have had to experiment including calling on volunteers to pick grapes.
Many Polish people have opted to stay in Britain, although some have had trouble establishing residency — while others have returned home to Poland.
Although the UK has delayed imposing new import controls, some EU exporters to Britain have felt the full force of the Brexit storm.
The new checks and formalities on UK imports from the EU required under international rules pose an additional headache for businesses.
6. Northern Ireland: Will the UK's new Brexit minister help resolve the row over trading arrangements?
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has been tasked with leading post-Brexit negotiations on trade in Northern Ireland following the surprise resignation of Lord David Frost.
The France-UK row over an issue covered in the Brexit trade deal is another example of how relations have soured since new arrangements took effect.
In this opinion piece, Professor Simon Usherwood of the Open University argues that the UK and the EU should overcome post-Brexit divisions and focus on shared interests.
Brexit supporters promised the freedom to "Take Back Control" of the UK's borders, money and laws struck a chord with many voters -- but the reality so far is "To Be Confirmed".
Our comprehensive explainer summarises the current state of play and gives the background to all the events that led to the painful Brexit divorce.