A European Union summit in Brussels has backed the Brexit deal reached between the UK and EU.
It took leaders just 40 minutes to endorse nearly 600 pages of legal text and a 20-page roadmap for the EU's future relationship with Britain.
Calling it a sad day, the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, said that it was the "best" and "only deal possible". He warned that if British MPs thought they could get a better one next month by voting against the current offer, they would be disappointed.
Prime Minister Theresa May said the deal "delivered for the British people" and set the UK "on course for a prosperous future", urging both Leave and Remain voters to get behind the agreement.
Focus now returns to Westminster, with the deal expected to be put to MPs in the House of Commons before Christmas. Approval is far from guaranteed, with Labour, the Lib Dems, the SNP, the DUP and many Conservatives MPs all set to vote against it.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned "nothing could be ruled out" if Mrs May loses the vote - including the government collapsing.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said however the PM really feels about this deal, her strategy for the next couple of weeks is crystal clear. Her case? This is all there is. Read more from Laura here.