Many of the region's businesses are having to make decisions to ensure they're ready for a UK outside of Europe following the Brexit vote.Read the full story ›
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The Anglia region voted to leave the European Union by a greater margin than the rest of the country in the EU referendum debate. The Leave campaign beat the Remain by more than half a million votes here in the East.
Now the morning after the night before how do you feel about the result?
We have been speaking to travellers arriving at Stansted Airport, spoken to truckers in Felixstowe in Suffolk and market traders in Kettering in Northamptonshire to find out YOUR reaction.
The Chief Executive of Luton based easyJet says she remains confident leaving the EU won't affect their ability to deliver growth.Read the full story ›
Luton-based travel company TUI has responded to Britain's decision to leave the EU by saying that it is 'barley conceivable' to imagine Europe without the UK.
The Leave campaign won by a 51.9% majority overnight.
CEO Fritz Jouseen admitted he was shocked by the decision but has backed his company to get through a period of uncertainty.
The EU without the UK is barely conceivable but we respect the democratic decision of the British people and trust the UK government will take all steps necessary to ensure economic and political stability and to ensure that British holidaymakers will not be affected by the UK's decision to leave the EU.
We are well prepared and confident that TUI Group as a truly global company will not be significantly affected by the decision.
It remains to be seen how the decision will affect consumer sentiment.
Workers arriving at the Vauxhall plant in Luton this morning have been reacting to the news of the historic Eu referendum result..
The boss of Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce is calling on the Government to act to maintain "economic stability" following the historic EU result.
The Anglia region voted to leave the European Union by a greater margin than the rest of the country.
Some business people will be pleased with the result, and others resigned to it. Yet all companies will expect swift, decisive, and coordinated action from the government and the Bank of England to stabilise markets if trading conditions or the availability of capital change dramatically.
Firms across Northamptonshire want an immediate and unambiguous statement from the Government on next steps, along with a clear timeline for the UK's exit from the European Union.
Business will also want to see a detailed plan to support the economy during the coming transition period - as confidence, investment, hiring and growth would all be deeply affected by a prolonged period of uncertainty. If ever there were a time to ditch the straight-jacket of fiscal rules for investment in a better business infrastructure, this is it.
Businesses need action to maintain economic stability, a timeline for exit, and answers to their many practical, real-world questions about doing business during and after this historic transition. Firms want help to get Britain back to business at a time of great uncertainty. The health of the economy must be the number one priority – not the Westminster political post-mortem.”
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge has tweeted his disappointment with the result of the EU Referendum..
We note this result with disappointment. My position on this issue is well known, but 52% of voters in the Referendum disagreed. We will work with our partners in business, research and academia, as well as our European partners and the Government, to understand the implications of this outcome.
Just made it back home from the count. I'm disappointed with the result, which I respect. And I'm going to have a beer.
Oh, and here comes Black Friday.
Harwich and North Essex MP Bernard Jenkin has given his reaction to the reports that Ukip leader Nigel Farage had conceded that Remain may have edged the EU Referendum. Mr Jenkin, who campaigned for Leave, tweeted this rather bemused response...