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Mr Cameron gave the all-clear for the referendum back in January 2013. Here's why
In many ways, Britain leaving is more of an opportunity for Europe than it is a threat
Old people said they wanted their country back. So they took it back. From their children
From 'heir to Blair' to a calamitous fall from grace
The towering political figure of the last decade departs with a legacy as bad as the worst
The Prime Minister has announced his resignation following Britain's vote out of the European Union
Tory MPs must whittle down the contenders to a shortlist of two. Here are the runners and riders
Nigel Farage spoke in the early hours of today knowing that, together with Tony Blair, he is now the most consequential politician of the post-Thatcher era. This was his victory
The Labour leader said his party would 'accept the vote and move on'
According to YouGov, young voters – ie those under 25 - backed Remain by a margin of three to one, though the young are notoriously bad at turning out to vote
The rapper has been outspoken about his political views in the past
'If you'd have told me two years ago that David Cameron was resigning, I'd have held a street party. Now it feels like a funeral'
'The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected', the Prime Minister has said
'The country requires fresh leadership to take it in that direction'
There is little doubt that it will be a Brexiteer that succeeds Cameron as Conservative leader and Prime Minister. Boris Johnson will start as the clear front-runner, with Michael Gove tipped to become his Chancellor