The Chief Ministers of Jersey and Guernsey have written to the UK Prime Minister.
Senator John Le Fondré and Deputy Gavin St Pier sent letters to Boris Johnson after his Conservative party won a landslide majority in the House of Commons.
This means that the Withdrawal Agreement bill is likely to pass through Parliament quickly, meaning that the UK will withdraw from the European Union on the scheduled date of 31 January.
Both leaders stressed the importance of maintaining dialogue with 10 Downing Street throughout the process and emphasised the importance of a positive working relationship between the islands and the UK.
Deputy Gavin St Pier said the working relationship between the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the UK had 'deepened during the Brexit process to date.'