Michael Gove is calling for a green Brexit, leaving many asking why Brexit keeps changing colour - and why it has even has a colour at all.
The environment secretary has given a speech at WWF's Living Planet Centre in Woking about his vision for a "green Brexit."
He claims farmers will only be given payouts if they enhance rural life and protect the environment, according to the BBC.
Gove claims Brexit is "a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reform how we care for our land, our rivers and our seas. How we recast our ambition for our country’s environment and the planet."
But a lot of people have been left baffled by Gove's plans, because they just can't quite get past the idea that Brexit has once again changed colour.
Previously Theresa May said Brexit would be red, white and blue and of course there's always been much talk of it being hard or soft.
It seems no one is sure what colour, or consistency, Brexit will be, as you'll see in the rather befuddled responses below.