British Prime Minister Theresa May Thursday marked the start of the one-year countdown to Brexit by embarking on a whistle-stop tour of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, Xinhua news agency reported.
Since it triggered Article 50 of the EU treaty - the exit procedure - the United Kingdom government has accepted EU demands for a financial settlement and for an overview of the European Court of Justice for the rights of EU citizens in the UK.
At this midpoint in the Brexit process, May - weakened by a failed snap election in June previous year and who has been undermined by hardline Brexiteers within her own cabinet - can however count on only an ambivalent public opinion.
In the 21 months since the referendum, May, who became prime minister in the resulting political chaos, has struggled to unite the country behind a single vision of Brexit.
The British prime minister kicked off a whistle-stop tour of the United Kingdom with a visit to a weaving firm in Ayr, where she said she expected to be able to negotiate a deal with the European Union allowing a "good trading relationship" in future.
Kicking off in Scotland, the Prime Minister will visit textile workers at a factory in Ayrshire, before travelling to Newcastle to meet with a local parent and toddler group.
Mrs May also set out a vision of economic prosperity at home, and influence overseas, trading freely with friends and partners across Europe and beyond.
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"I campaigned for Remain, but I, as I said at the time, it was a very balanced decision", she said.
"I am determined that our future will be a bright one", she said ahead of the roughly 1,280 km trip ending in London. But longer-term forecasts show growth grinding lower over the next five years and lagging worldwide rivals.
The people of Britain, the world's sixth-largest economy, caused a major global shock in 2016 by voting narrowly to quit the European Union after a fevered referendum campaign that sharpened regional divisions, pitted young against old and exposed a deep distrust between voters and the political establishment.
Labour has been scrambling to clarify its position on Brexit after Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry suggested the party would back the deal May negotiates with Brussels.
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But first, the PM must agree a deal in Parliament, with a vote expected in October.
However, because Britain will be leaving the European Union next year, the United Kingdom won't benefit from the new rules.