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It tailed a stormy night with Remain campaigners quietly assured till the first hours when results from Sunderland and Newcastle presented better than probable returns for the Brexit camp.
A wonder win for a Brexit in Swansea, which was predictable to vote to Continue, did little to reduce concerns in spite of Scotland overpoweringly backing remaining in the Union.
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Great wins for David Cameron’s campaign in Oxford and London did little to allay worries that early forecasts had been incorrect, such as the pound began to tank – down by 6%.
Leave approved the final post after 6am, as it come to be clear that nothing could swipe the vote back in help of the Remain campaign.
By the Leave campaign obtaining 52 per cent of the vote, Mr Cameron spoke the country in an expressive speech outer 10 Downing Street to declare that he would be treading down.
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Declarations are probable to be made by the SNP and Sinn Fein later nowadays calling for an alternative from the Union. London sponsored Remain but the turnout was lesser than predictable because of bad weather.
In the meantime on the market, the FTSE 250 index has rushed a whopping 11.7pc.
Japanese finance minister ‘very concerned‘ about Brexit
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, said financial markets requirement to be become stable in the result of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, by means of the yen surging in contrast to Japanese stocks plunging and other currencies.
“We must reply definitely”, in northern Japan on Friday the prime minister said in a speech. In Tokyo Julian Ryall writes, “Other financial markets and the foreign exchange marketplace essential to be become stable”.
The finance minister Taro Aso, resounded those apprehensions, telling journalists, “In fact we are worried over the risks to the international economy and monetary and exchange markets.
The yen – appreciated as a secured-haven currency – soared in contrast to the dollar and other currencies instantly after the consequence of the referendum come to be apparent, though it later retreated.
The Bank of Japan has alleged it will “stand prepared to deliver proper liquidity” by means of central banks in Europe and the US to “make sure the constancy of forex market”.
A vivid picture of the Labour lead viewing the Prime Minister resign in a camp on College Green outer Parliament.
For a radio interview Mr Corbyn was preparing.
Somewhere else Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, has responded to the resignation.
“I express thanks David Cameron for the influence he has made to civic life in our nation but I welcome his resignation” he said.
“Persons desired him to set out an image of what a prospect Europe would appear, but they were challenged instead with an adverse campaign that also often trusted on scare strategies”.
“Workers has teachings to learn and we will to endure to listen but our emphasis over the next few days must be to assure voters, lots of whom are actually worried about our future of the country. They should recognise that we will effort in Parliament to give constancy in a period of great variability for our nation.”
Photo: Michael Gove and Boris Johnson
The two leave campaigners speak this morning
This year Conservative party chairman will also resign
A Conservative spokesman has established that the chair of the party Andrew Feldman, will resign while David Cameron does later this year.
“Andrew Feldman at all times said that he would work along the Prime Minister for as long as he was required”, they said.
“When the PM leaves Downing Street then the Lord Feldman will step down.”
Kremlin faiths for “original considerate” with post-Brexit Britain.
Roland Oliphant writes, after the vote Russia wants a new relationship with the UK, writes Roland Oliphant.
“We expectation that in the original realism a sympathetic of the essential of constructing good relations amid our nations will succeed,” said press secretary Vladimir Putin’s, Dmitry Peskov.
“There’s a numerous difficult baggage in our affiliation, and in the present state we can’t at all times find willingness for conversation, for support,” he said in remarks sanctioned by Russian agencies.
“In the EU Whether Britain is or not, there are actual dissimilar opinions in Europe with respect to authorisations policy and its efficiency,” he said.
Nicola Sturgeon: London and Scotland will fight to stay in EU
The First Minister of Scottish has said she is resolute to keep the nation inside the EU and mainly in the single market, she declares the London Mayor will do the similar.
She is looking for an important meeting through the European Commission in a proposal to discuss possibilities to have Scotland in the EU.
“I essential to make it completely perfect that I propose to take all probable steps and discover all choices to give consequence to how folks in Scotland voted, in another words to protected our sustained place in the EU ”, Ms Sturgeon said.
“By means of Mayor Sadiq Khan I have also articulated and he is clear that his dividends this objective for London thus there is perfect common cause amid us.”
“The Westminster creation has some thoughtful soul searching to do and I hope prominently it at this moment does it.”
She named the Brexit consequence “popularly unacceptable” as the entire of Scotland nominated to go on inside the EU and since so many persons constructed their vote in the liberation referendum on the notion that they would endure in the EU.
“If parliament adjudicators that a second referendum is the greatest or only method to safe our place in Europe it must have the choice to hold one in that period”, Ms Sturgeon said.
“We will start to prepare the regulation that would be essential to support a new independence referendum to takings place if and while Parliament agrees.” told to BBC.
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Barack Obama Spoken With David Cameron About Brexit
President Barack Obama said he had spoken with David Cameron by phone and called him an “outstanding friend”.
Mr Obama was speaking at a global entrepreneurship summit at Stanford University.
He said: “Just a few hours ago I spoke with Prime Minister David Cameron. David has been an outstanding friend and partner on the global stage. “Based on our conversation I am confident the UK is committed to an orderly transition out of the EU.
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“We agreed that out economic and financial teams will remain in close contact as we stay focused on ensuring economic growth and financial stability.” Mr Obama said he then spoke to Angela Merkel.
He added: “I do thing the vote yesterday speaks to to the ongoing changes and challenges that are raised by globalisation. “While the UK’s relations with the EU will change, one thing that will not change is the special relationship between our two nations. That will endure. “The EU will remain one of our indispensable security partners.Our Nato alliance will remain a cornerstone of global security.”
Angela Merkel We have to maintain close relations with UK in wake of Brexit
Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, has appealed for calm and urged states not to draw “quick and simple” conclusions, writes Matthew Holehouse.
She said it is essential they “calmly and prudently” react.
“We take note of the British people’s decision with regret. There is no doubt that this is a blow to Europe and to the European unification process,” she said.
But “what the consequences of this would be… would depend on whether we – the other 27 member states of the EU – prove to be willing and able to not draw quick and simple conclusions from the referendum in Great Britain, which would only further divide Europe,” said Merkel.
Member states should “calmly and prudently analyse and evaluate the situation, before making the right decisions together,” said Mrs Merkel.
She will host talks with French President Francois Hollande, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and European Council president Donald Tusk in Berlin on Monday.
Recalling the founding aim of the EU, Merkel urged Europeans to “never forget that the idea of European unity was an idea of peace.”
Boris Johnson: ‘We have a glorious opportunity’
Boris Johnson has given a press conference alongside fellow Vote Leave campaigners Gisela Stuart and Michael Gove.
Ms Stuart called on all political leaders to “free the United Kingdom” but work in the interests of Europe too. She said we will continue to be “a good neighbour”.
Mr Johnson paid tribute to the Prime Minister, adding that he is “sad” at the news of David Cameron’s resignation but respects the decision.
“He has been one of the most extraordinary politicians of our age, a brave and principled man”, he says.
Mr Johnson praises the Prime Minister’s “own brand of compassionate conservatism” and hails his “bravery” at allowing the UK to vote on its membership of the EU.
He says he disagrees with those who say it was wrong to hold a referendum and ask the British people to decide.
“In the end this question is about the people… it is about the very principles of our democracy”, he says, “I think the electorate have searched in their hearts and answered as honestly as they can.
“They have decided that it is time to vote to take back control from an EU that has become too remote, too opaque and not accountable enough to the people it is meant to serve”.
He says there is “no need for haste” and reiterates that nothing will change in the short term, except work to begin to leave the union.
“There is no need to invoke Article 50,” he says. “This does not mean that the UK will be any less united, nor indeed that it will be any less European.”
Mr Johnson rejects the idea that the vote is about pulling up the drawbridge, adding: “We cannot turn our backs on Europe, we are part of Europe.”
Our children will continue to travel, learn the language and interact with those on the continue and we will continue to be “a great European power”.
He says the EU was a “noble idea for its time, it is no longer right for this country” and says we will have a more secure and more prosperous country because of the decision to leave.
“I believe we now have a glorious opportunity” Boris says, adding we can set taxes and control our borders however we see fit.
“The most precious thing this country have given this continent is the idea of parliamentary democracy … I believe the British people have spoken up for democracy in Britain and across Europe and I believe the British people can be very proud,” he adds.
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Donald Trump Brexit vote is ‘a great thing’
Donald Trump, the US presidential hopeful, has arrived in the UK and said he is “very happy” about the Brexit vote.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump said it is a “great thing” that the people of the UK have “taken back their country” in voting to leave the EU, as he touched down at his golf resort in Scotland, Simon Johnson writes.
The billionaire arrived in his “Trump” emblazoned helicopter at the Turnberry resort in South Ayrshire to officially open the revamped resort he bought in 2014, just an hour after Prime Minister David Cameron said he intended to stand down in October.
He gave a thumbs-up as he left his helicopter and shook hands with workers on his way to the hotel before making the comments about the EU referendum result.
He said: “I think it’s a great thing that happened, an amazing vote, very historic. We’re very happy. Asked why people voted for Brexit, he said: “People are angry. All over the world they’re angry.”
Asked if he took heart from the result for his own campaign, Mr Trump said: “We’re doing very well in the United States and essentially the same thing is happening in the United States.
“They are angry over borders, they are angry over people coming into the country and taking over and nobody even noticing. They are angry about many, many things.”
Asked to specify where people were angry, he said: “The UK, the US, many other places. It will not be the last.”
The billionaire mogul predicted the divisions caused by the referendum would “heal” and said it would bode well for his campaign.
“You know I said this would happen. I think it is a great thing. We will see but I think it will be a great thing. Basically, they took their country back,” he said.