The region's MPs heard the Government say it remains determined to trigger negotiations on the UK's withdrawal from the EU by the end of March.
MPs are set to debate the withdrawal bill over two full days. They get to vote on it on Wednesday evening. Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby reports.
The vast majority of MPs in our region, including all the Tories who backed Remain, will support the Government in the Brexit debate.Read the full story ›
Canterbury Cathedral has apologised after one of its guards told an Argentinian woman ,''Dover's that way''. Mum-of-two Silvina Fairbrass lives and works in the city. She was asking for directions when it happened, in the days after the EU Referendum vote. The Cathedral have emphasised that the comments do not reflect their views and have reprimanded the guard.
Crowds gathered in Brighton last night vowing to "Stand Together" and show unity in the wake of the EU vote.
Almost 70% of the city's population voted to remain in Europe and thousands have now signed a petition calling for a second referendum.
ITV Meridian spoke to Dr Lucy Robinson from the University of Sussex.
On the final day of campaigning in the EU Referendum, 'Remain' and 'Leave' big hitters spent much of the time they had left here in the South appealing to voters. Here's our Political Correspondent, Phil Hornby.
The battle bus for the EU Referendum Leave campaign is in Portsmouth today, at the Guildhall in the city centre.
Michael Gove MP, the Justice Secretary - also the MP for Surrey Heath met with local MP for Portsmouth North Penny Mordaunt, and went on walkabout with the Leader of Portsmouth City Council, Cllr Donna Jones.
Michael Gove has apologised for his "clumsy" comments comparing EU referendum experts to Nazis.Read the full story ›
Discussions about the whether Britain should Leave or Remain in the European Union have been taking part across the region in schools, workplaces, community centres, pubs, everywhere in short - ahead of Thursday's EU referendum.
Members of the African Caribbean Society in Berkshire have done their bit to help the debate, by holding a public meeting in Reading. Richard Slee's report ends in an interview with Jeff Hinds from the African Caribbean Society in Wokingham.
Academics say age and education are two of the biggest hints of how we'll vote in the EU referendum.
Experts believe that older people are most likely to vote 'Out' on Thursday, younger university educated people 'In'.
And with those battle lines drawn the results along the Sussex coast could be very different - as Andy Dickenson reports.