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As the fallout from the UK's decision to leave the EU - a scenario which would have seen implausible to many business and political leaders 18 months ago - it's time to pick up the pieces and work out what Britain's post-EU business landscape will look like.
Mark Hatton, Senior Partner for EY in the North East, comments:
Jon Clark, EMEIA Oil & Gas Transactions Leader, comments:
UK economy faces an inevitable period of uncertainty, but trade, regulatory and fiscal levers will be available in the near-future that EU membership previously restricted or denied, says EY.
Stephen Cooper, head of Industrial Manufacturing at KPMG UK comments on the implications of the EU referendum results.
How UK governments from now use their freedom from EU policy constraints will be watched closely, says EY.
The National Federation of Builders respond to the referendum result and urge the Government not to 'repeat past mistakes' by cutting capital spending to communities and local government.
Commenting on today’s decision to leave the EU, Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC said:
Steve Varley, EY’s UK Chairman, discusses the implications of the EU referendum
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron makes a final appeal for a Remain vote in today's EU referendum, saying Britain can prove it is an "outward looking, tolerant and better nation".
This interactive map will show you every MP’s stance on the EU referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn is “puzzled” as to why anyone should think him a “shabby, spineless coward” for failing to make Labour’s case for Remain ahead of the EU referendum.
It feels like only yesterday that David Cameron was being denounced from the Labour benches as a “racist” for trying to link Sadiq Khan to Islamic extremists.
A Labour MP says voters are being misled by 'woefully inaccurate claims' by both sides.
EU nationals, who may have lived in Britain for a few days or a few decades, are unable to vote in the 23 June referendum.
Ed Miliband's former adviser, Lord Wood of Anfield, writes that with just six weeks to go until the European Referendum, debate should be 'based on differences of philosophy, purpose and policies' not knocking lumps out of political opponents.