Daybreak in middle England was warm and cloudless and full of possibilities on Friday.
“If we are victorious in one more battle... we shall be utterly ruined.”
As the initial indications on Thursday night pointed towards a narrow win for remain in the EU referendum, the official leave camp began quietly briefing against Nigel Farage.
Jeremy Corbyn is facing a serious challenge after two senior Labour politicians submitted a motion of no confidence in his leadership, which could be voted on by MPs as early as Monday.
Many took to social media following the UK's historic vote, including some footballers past and present.
Brexit will spell the end of Prime Minister David Cameron, chancellor George Osborne and Bank of England governor Mark Carney, economist Danny Blanchflower has warned.
The British people have voted to leave the European Union after a historic referendum in which they rejected the advice of the main Westminster party leaders and instead took a plunge into the political unknown.
1. What will be done to calm the markets? With the pound in freefall, will the Bank of England intervene? There has even been talk of closing the stock market to stop panic selling of shares. Cameron will have to say something to steady nerves.
The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has said there should be no limits to the number of EU workers who can come to Britain as he made his final pitch to Labour voters to back remain at Thursday’s referendum.
Where did it all start? With rows over Maastricht back in the 1990s?
Nicola Sturgeon is to welcome 3,000 delegates to the Scottish National party conference in Glasgow with a commitment to seek common cause with Westminster opposition parties and moderate Conservatives in order to defeat hard Brexit.
Theresa May has accepted the need to have “full and transparent” parliamentary scrutiny before triggering Brexit, as Labour demanded answers to 170 questions about leaving the EU.
Donald Trump blasts House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans who he claimed had been "disloyal" to him.