A veteran who fought in the Second World War has told ITV News that Brexit has left him with the same "sinking feeling" he experienced when Britain declared war on Germany in 1939.
Eric Jay from Bristol used Facebook to beg Britain not to vote to leave, saying he didn't fight for disunity.
After the result was declared, the 91 year old said he was feeling it "very acutely".
He added that he feels the future has become more uncertain.
Veterans who took part in the D-Day Landings have been awarded France's highest military honour for helping to liberate France from the Nazis during the Second World War.
Former Royal Navy seaman Len Husband, Royal Marine Clifford Coates, Royal Marine Dennis Small and George Laity, of the Devonshire Regiment received the prestigious Legion d’honneur from French Honorary Consul, Alain Sibiril at RMB Chivenor in North Devon.
Former Royal Navy sailor Norman Johns was decorated with the award posthumously. A relative of fellow seaman Bob Harding attended on his behalf. The men are the latest set of veterans to be awarded the medal since French President Francois Hollande promised to honour all Brits who had served in France during the Second World War.
The last British survivor of the famous Dambusters raids turns 94 today. George 'Johnny' Johnson, who lives in Bristol, has recently been presented with a Lord Mayor's Medal.
He took part in the Second World War mission to destroy Germany's industrial heartland using the innovative 'bouncing bomb'.
A man who survived the Bath Blitz will today have an operation performed on an injury sustained during the raid.
Jack Savour was only 12 when he dislocated his wrist falling from a wall - but he received little treatment as the hospitals tried to cope with the hundreds injured in the bombing raid.
Hear his dramatic account of the moment the bombs first hit:
71 years ago they fought together as part of the Warsaw uprising and now, quite by chance, they find themselves living in adjacent bungalows.
In August 1944 Andrew Borowiec and Ted Stopczynski were part of the Polish Resistance trying to free the city from German occupation.
The pair have now find themselves reunited at Ilford Park, a residential care home for former members of the Polish Forces.
Mr Borowiec says they are fortunate to have found each other.
In what's being described as an "enormous coincidence," two Polish resistance fighters have been re-united at a West Country care home.
Andrew Borowiec and Ted Stopczynski fought side-by-side as teenagers in the second World War.
The pair are now neighbours at Ilford Park near Newton Abbot.
Veterans have gathered in Weston-super-Mare to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
The Allies celebrated victory over Japan on the 15th August 1945 after atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The official surrender document was signed by the Japanese on the 2nd of September. Both dates are known as VJ Day.
More than fifty veterans from across North Somerset, aged between 89 and 101, gathered today to mark the occasion.
The focus of the service at St Paul's church in Weston-super-Mare was to remember the so-called "forgotten army", the Fourteenth Army, which fought the Japanese forces in Burma. It was an operation largely overlooked by the press at the time.
Ten of the veterans at today's commemoration served in the Far East.
A service to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day is being held in Gloucester this morning.
Events will be taking place across the West over the next few days to mark the day, which was the official end of the Second World War.
The service in Gloucester could be the last, as there are only five surviving veterans of the war in Burma and India still living in the city.
The service has been organised by the Burma Star Association.