The favourite to succeed David Cameron was jeered as he left his London home
Tory MPs must whittle down the contenders to a shortlist of two. Here are the runners and riders
When even Boris Johnson and Michael Gove look like they're speaking at a funeral, you know we're in trouble. Not even they really wanted this
'I think that the electorate have searched in their hearts and answered as honestly as they can,' said the Prime Ministerial hopeful
The British people have chosen to leave the EU and they are entitled to have as prime minister someone who believes in that course
Sadiq Khan will have a tough job slowing foreign investment in London's most expensive areas as investors can now get up to 20 per cent off thanks to the dip in the value of the pound...
Count underway in historic referendum on Britain's future
Shared parental leave, equal pay, anti-discrimination laws, special funding for women-led projects and protection against harassment and human trafficking: it's all enshrined in EU law
'I answered, as I often do, with a historical analogy. It was clumsy and inappropriate'
Why a 'Norway model', an 'Albania model', and the idea of free trade without open borders is unworkable
Who now dares to make the positive case for immigration? In calling this referendum, and underestimating the depths to which his opponents would sink, David Cameron has opened a Pandora’s Box of anti-immigrant, anti-globalisation rhetoric
Fact: Just 3.3 per cent of the world’s population are migrants, little more than in 1990. Even within the EU, where citizens are free to live wherever they want, only 2.8 per cent reside outside their own country
The Summer Solstice meant Mr Khan had to fast until 9.24pm
Catch up on the The Independent's live coverage of all the developments as the historic day unfolded
Former London mayor claims warnings over the economy had been 'induced by Project Fear'
Mayor of London and his predecessor clash during televised referendum debate