Britain will formally start to leave the EU tomorrow when the Prime Minister triggers Article 50.
Theresa May's made her final speech before she formally starts the Brexit process tomorrow, and is calling on the UK to seize its "historic opportunity".
Speaking to businesses leaders and foreign investors in Birmingham, she says it's the most significant moment Britain has faced for many years.
London and Paris are planning a Brexit-busting business tie-up. The mayors of the two capital cities have announced they'll pool tourist development resources to try to limit the impact of the UK leaving the EU.
They will also offer start-up companies cheap Eurostar rates.
Meanwhile, The British Prime Minister has played down a sexism row over the Daily Mail's front page - calling it 'just a bit of fun'.
The paper sparked an angry backlash by comparing Theresa May's and Nicola Sturgeon's legs.
It's hit back at the critics - telling them to 'get a life'.