Anglia Late Edition is the regional politics programme for the East of England presented by political correspondent Emma Hutchinson.
Anglia Late Edition looks back at the most momentous three weeks in recent political history as Britain voted to leave the European Union.
The Brexit vote will have wide implications for the Anglia region and the rest of the United Kingdom.
The Prime Minister David Cameron resigned as Prime Minister and after a brief leadership race in the Conservative Party, Theresa May emerged as the new Premier. She entered Downing Street on Wednesday 13 July.
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During the programme, Cambridgeshire councillor Lisa Duffy announced she would be standing in the race to replace Nigel Farage as the UKIP leader.
Cllr Duffy is one of the UKIP's longest-serving councillors in Huntingdonshire District and is on the party's ruling body.
Emma Hutchinson was joined in the studio by three politicians from the Anglia region:
- Therese Coffey is the Conservative MP for Suffolk Coastal and the deputy leader of the House of Commons. She campaigned to remain in the European Union
- Daniel Zeichner is the Labour MP for Cambridge and is Shadow Transport Minister in Jeremy Corbyn's team
- Lisa Duffy is a UKIP councillor in Cambridgeshire and on the party's ruling body