Less than three weeks ago polls predicted a remain vote in the EU referendum. Here's what has happened in the political madness since.Read the full story ›
The Chancellor is going to America to strengthen trade ties with with the country, and encourage investors to stay with the UK after Brexit.Read the full story ›
Well-wishers have raised thousands for the owners of an eastern European food shop attacked in an arson which have been motivated by racism.Read the full story ›
The MP for Tottenham has received threatening and racist messages after calling for Parliament to vote against Brexit.Read the full story ›
A legal firm has been in contact with government lawyers to ensure that Britain's exit from the EU is not unconstitutional or unlawful.Read the full story ›
The ex-prime minister said the referendum had expressed the will of the people but "the will of the people is entitled to change".Read the full story ›
The House of Commons Petitions Committee has said they will keep an eye on the petition and are concerned about fraudulent signatures.Read the full story ›
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has welcomed the measures taken by the Bank of England to "guard against excess volatility, and to provide what is necessary".
Christine Lagarde said it will be "some time before we know the nature of the future relationship between the UK and the EU", and stressed the importance of "clarity on the negotiation process" to make the transition as "smooth a manner as possible".
She added: "IMF for its part will continue to monitor the development closely and will work with our members to ensure the resilience and stability of the global economy in the period ahead."