The government unveiled a new website called Plan for Britain on Thursday afternoon, detailing how the government will make a success of Brexit.
The policy-heavy website contains details of Theresa May's vision of our post-Brexit future.
The only problem was that the website immediately broke and fell off the internet, with people looking for details of Britain's post-EU future met with warnings about failed technology and an inability to make contact with the outside world.
Some people felt criticism of the website was unfair whining from Remain voters.
While others felt there was a subtle message.
Part of the problem may be the decision to host the website in California rather than using traditional British internet providers.
A Downing Street spokesperson said they were looking into what had gone wrong with the Plan for Britain.
Until it gets fixed, there's absolutely no way we'll know the government's detailed plans for Brexit.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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