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It was a convincing victory for the Leave campaign in the North West.
A vote by 54 to 46 percent to quit the EU, a bigger majority than nationally.
Our Political Correspondent Daniel takes us thorough the political repercussions of this momentous decision
Crowds applauded as Chief Counting Officer Jenny Watson announced the UK has voted to leave the EU at Manchester Town Hall.
Following the result a Manchester airport spokesman said: The single aviation market that was established by the EU has benefitted UK consumers and businesses enormously over the last 25 years by opening up the travel industry to provide greater competition and choice. As the UK enters a new era, MAG will be working closely with the rest of our industry to seek to ensure that UK aviation remains part of that single market so that consumers, business and airlines can continue to benefit from open access to Europe.
Talking to ITV News about the referendum result the former Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police said that leaving the EU wont help the UK in relation to international crime.
The funeral of a Merseyside schoolboy who inspired thousands to sign up to the bone marrow register will take place on Monday, June 27th in Ainsdale. 12 year old Sam Wright, from Southport, was born with a rare genetic illness that tragically claimed the life of his older sister Ella in 2009. His family campaigned for years to find a donor. They've encouraged thousands of people to sign up to the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Register: http://www.anthonynolan.org/