Donald Trump applauds 'amazing' Brexit result

It's an amazing vote, it's very historic and we're very happy about it

– Donald Trump hails Brexit result a victory for UK

Controversial US hopeful Donald Trump has hailed the Brexit result an 'amazing' victory for the UK.

The Republican presidential candidate made the comments during a visit to Ayrshire in Scotland shortly after the EU referendum result was announced.

"It's an amazing vote, it's very historic and we're very happy about it," he told reporters.

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How will Brexit affect us immediately?

People have voted to leave not knowing what leaving looks like... an extraordinary moment

– Robert Peston, ITV News' Political Editor

Piers and Susanna were joined by ITV News' Political Editor Robert Peston following Britain's decision to leave the EU.

Watch Peston describe the short-term effects of the referendum result and what he predicts could happen next. Our economy is "certain" to slow down as there will be less money to lend and invest. Moreover, businesses will engage in less activity and consumers will also spend less.

Peston also reminds us that there will be a two-year negotiating period to finalise the terms of our exit, which has to be triggered by the Prime Minister. Who does he think will succeed Cameron?

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EU Referendum Live Updates: Is Britain In or Out?

Votes are sorted into Remain, Leave and Doubtful trays as ballots are counted during the EU Referendum count for Westminster and the City of London.

06:05am The UK has voted to leave the European Union after 43 years in an historic referendum.

Key moments overnight:

- The value of the pound has nosedived against the dollar hitting a 31-year low as markets react.

- Ukip Leader Nigel Farage has said "dawn is breaking on an independent UK" - declaring victory a win for real people and calling on the Prime Minister to quit immediately.

- Boris Johnson leads more than 80 pro Brexit Conservatives, signing a letter to the David Cameron asking him to remain in office amid the growing pressure to resign.

With the nation divided and the future uncertain, we'll be finding out what it means for you.

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Tunisia Terror Survivor: One year on

Everything's completely different

– Kirsty Murray

It's nearly one year after the tragic Tunisia attack when a gunman slaughtered 38 people in a terror attack.

Nurse Kirsty Murray was shot five times in the brutal attack and saved by a stranger but thought she was going to die. "It was so strange. In that moment, when I did feel like I was dying, I came to peace with it and said my goodbyes in my head and looked up at the sky and it was peaceful. And then I got saved - it feels surreal. It feels like they're talking about someone else."

Since the attack had 15 operations in the last year, following the attack. Talking about life one year later, she said everything is "really tough," is unable to work and finds day-to-day activities tough, but says "I'm getting stronger."

Kirsty is about to go on her first holiday since the attack. "I'm anxious and nervous but I know that it's something that I need to do" and says she hopes to feel safe travelling with her Dad to Greece.

Rory McIlroy pulls out of Olympics because of Zika fears

There have been mixed reactions to golfer Rory McIlroy's decision to withdraw from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games - especially as this year marks golf's return to the Games for the first time in over 100 years.

The four-time major winner has said he is "unwilling" to take the risk the virus poses, but scientists remain divided over how dangerous the risks are.

Virologist John Oxford joins us live to explain the risks are and why he initially thought McIlroy's decision was "extreme". The professor now commends the golfer for putting his family first.

Olympic gold medallists Andy Murray and Greg Rutherford have also both expressed concerns, with the latter freezing his sperm to reduce the risks!

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Exclusive: Oscar Pistorius breaks silence

I don't want to have to waste my life

– Pistorius speaks exclusively to ITV

Watch Oscar Pistorius give his chilling version of events in an exclusive preview of his first and only television interview since shooting girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, three years ago.

Pistorius says wants to dedicate the rest of his life to serve others and believes Reeva would want him to live that life.

However, Reeva's family have questioned why Pistorius spoke here and not in court last week.

Oscar Pistorius: The Interview, Friday at 9pm on ITV. (Pistorius did not receive any money for the interview).

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