The first British passports without the words European Union on the front cover have been issued.
They were introduced from the 30th of March - the day after the UK was expected to leave the bloc.
Some burgundy passports mentioning the EU will be issued until they're used up - but those applying for new documents won't be able to choose.
TRULY APPALLED. Picked up my new passport today - my old one expires in the next couple of months. See below: Spot the difference! pic.twitter.com/R7BW9lk6I5
— SusanHB 🕷 (@SHBarone) April 5, 2019