This article goes into some analysis on the status of the UK with the WTO once Brexit is finalized. Throughout Brexit many politicians, either for or against Brexit, have coined the phrase "World Trade Organisation Terms" when talking about the deal that must be struck to finalize Brexit. This article first gives a brief explanation of the WTO and its' purpose, and then dives into some of the more specifics of this situation. One interesting thing that it covers is some politician's notion that none of the UK's trade policy has to change as a result of Brexit. This, the article states, is a fallacy due to the fact that the EU is no longer required to provide the UK with access to the single market once it leaves. On the flip side, the UK, as a member of the WTO, will no longer be able to exclusively offer market access to the EU. This is one of the many concerns that UK politicians have as they try to finalize a deal on Brexit.