Britain has a number of bilateral treaties with Eastern European countries that will remain after Brexit.
After all the build up, you'd have been forgiven for expecting something a bit more impressive from parliament's debate on triggering Article 50.
The UK prime minister is squaring up to European negotiators in pledging a hard Brexit. But is she overplaying her hand?
One of David Cameron's more tangible legacies is in danger as the UK rushes to secure trading partners around the globe.
You might be familiar with Article 50, but Article 127 of another European treaty could be as important when it comes to Brexit.
An eco-friendly EU withdrawal is still possible.
If free movement of people is not on the table, then neither is single market access.
Other EU members don't want a neighbour that ignores air quality standards.
Holyrood won't get a veto, but the Supreme Court has done the union no favours.
British business will be hoping that, by shrouding herself in the Union Jack, Theresa May has not overplayed her hand.
Going in with all guns blazing is not really how Europe does business – but that's never stopped Britain.
The UK's decision to leave the single market and customs union will have huge consequences.