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Elmet and Rothwell Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke told Calendar the next Conservative leader does not necessarily have to be a Eurosceptic. Mr Shelbrooke added that the referendum campaign was "terrible on both sides".
Boston has the highest proportion of Eastern European residents of anywhere in the country. Immigration was a major issue as the town voted overwhelmingly to leave the EU. James Webster spoke to people there about their reaction to the referendum.
Siemens has created 1,000 jobs by ploughing 400 million euros into a wind turbine blade factory on the banks of the River Humber in Hull. The company said the vote to leave the EU would not impact on current investment plans, but UK chief executive Juergen Maier said longer term expansion plans may be affected.
As the stock market tumbled following the UK's decision to leave the EU, predictions about the country's longer term economic prospects from those in the Calendar region varied today.
Katie Oscroft reports.
The news of our exit from the EU has been greeted with a mixed reaction across our region - with grim warnings from the financial sector of the impact the decision will have on our living standards.
Others though say that once the political upheaval is over - we'll be much better off. Katie Oscroft has been looking at what happens next.
Kara Terry, a pet sitter and dog walker from Lincoln, says she chose to vote Leave because she wants the UK to be able to "govern its own destiny."
The leader of Hull City Council has released a statement saying the council is focusing on ensuring investment will continue flowing into the city after the country leaves the EU.
The outcome of the EU referendum has thrown the UK into "difficult and dangerous waters", Labour MP Yvette Cooper has said.
The MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford repeatedly dodged questions she was asked about Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of her party, instead insisting that the priority now was to "put the country first" and to work above party politics to ensure that the UK did not fragment in a "deep and dangerous way".
Ms Cooper added that trade unions would now need to work with the Government to ensure that "Labour communities are protected". The MP continued that the country was deeply divided over immigration.
Two Labour MPs have submitted a motion of no confidence in party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Margaret Hodge tabled the motion, her office has confirmed. It was seconded by Ann Coffey.
Earlier, Labour Leave campaigner Gisela Stuart used a victory address to call on party leaders to "reflect on how they represent the views of voters."
Without naming Mr Corbyn, she said: "It is now incumbent to all party leaders to also reflect to what extent they are representing and reflecting the views of the voters."
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We look at the implications of the EU referendum result on various aspects of life in Britain.
Britain has made the historic decision to vote to leave the European Union. So what happens next?