'Good luck,' says French newspaper
Some said they had not forseen the immediate economic impact, while others were angry at Nigel Farage's admission that NHS funding claim was a 'mistake'
Brussels is responsible for more than just regulations governing the curvature of bananas
Young people questioning why votes at 16 were allowed in the 2014 Scottish referendum
Just five London boroughs voted Leave, compared to 28 who opted to Remain. The areas which backed Brexit are home to some of the capital's most affordable property...
But climate change campaigners claim it proves the targets were not tough enough
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
General uncertainty and a lower talent pool of EU grads applying for jobs cited among reasons
'Remaining will allow the UK to retain the influence on which the unique and successful UK automotive sector depends,' says group chief executive
The angry remarks came in a heated Question Time exchange as the Prime Minister made a last-ditch attempt to convince voters of the Remain campaign's merits
The men say they were 'lost' but are now with the Border Force
Both the Remain and Leave campaigns are making their last pitches for the EU referendum as we enter the final days of the campaigning period
Felicity Hannah attempts to unravel the truth behind the claims made by Leave campaigners about how your money might be affected by the vote on Thursday
Scam described as 'episode of shame' by judge
Diplomatic ties between Turkey and the EU continue to worsen
'Unequal treatment' of migrants is justified on the basis of 'protecting a member state's finances', says ECJ