Four and a half years after the landmark Brexit referendum, the United Kingdom is still arguing with the European Union about their future relationship.
Britain officially left the EU in January and has spent the last 11 months in a transitional phase while the two sides try to negotiate a new free trade agreement to avert major disruptions at borders and more economic damage.
The transition ends at midnight Brussels time on Dec. 31.
Here are some of the top issues still to be settled:
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