“There will continue to be free trade, and access to the single market,” Boris Johnson said.
The vote to Leave is not actually legally binding as it is parliament and not the voters who make that decision.
George Osborne, who was once the favourite to succeed Cameron, said he would clarify his political future in the coming days.
Trudeau: “We are monitoring the situation and will work with our partners around world to maintain the stability of the economy and create growth.”
The largest threat, which now faces the European Union as it schedules fraught meetings this weekend and next week, is: Can it contain the damage?
“The opportunities have never been greater, but so is the competition, and so are the uncertainties,” Turnbull said in a speech in Sydney.
Boris Johnson said. “I think the very opposite is true. We can control our own borders in a way that is not discriminatory but fair and balanced.
After 56 percent of Northern Irish voters sought to remain in the EU compared to the 52 percent of the United Kingdom as a whole who voted to leave, Sinn Fein’s McGuinness demanded.
“People want to take their country back. They want to have independence in a sense,” said Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president.
Brent Council has vowed to work closely with local businesses, public sector partners and local communities following the nationwide result.
“The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected,” Mr Cameron said.
Boris Johnson: “I have known David Cameron for a very long time, and I believe he has been one of the most extraordinary politicians of our age.”
David Cameron said it was not right for him “to be the captain of the ship” after the British public chose a different path to the one for which he fought.”
Positions are more nuanced and few leaders are arguing for a big shift in power to Brussels.
“It’s very close; nobody knows what’s going to happen,” Prime Minister David Cameron said.
“These are risks to our families and we should not take them,” David Cameron said outside Downing Street.
According to Betfair betting odds, the implied probability of a British vote to remain in the European Union was 75 percent.
Baroness Warsi says: “Are we prepared to tell lies, to spread hate and xenophobia just to win this campaign? For me that’s a step too far.”
While immigration has dominated the ‘Leave’ campaign, the ‘Remain’ camp has sought to steer the argument back to the risk to the economy of a Brexit.
“We cannot lapse back into a nationalism that pits one European state against another,” German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said.