The owner of a West Yorkshire-based manufacturing company says he feels a "total lack of confidence" in the future after the UK voted to leave the EU.
John Cotton, the owner of Mirfield-based bed company John Cotton, says he fears the UK's financial security is at stake.
John Cotton is Europe's largest manufacturer of bedding, and also has a factory based in Poland.
I'm feeling a total lack of confidence right now. The problem is that we don't know what we are letting ourselves in for. There's massive insecurity around all the things that we have taken for granted for so long. Our jobs, the exchange rates, our financial security, our safety, all these things are completely up in the air.
Mark Carney has said there will be a period of uncertainty and adjustment after the vote to leave the European Union.Read the full story ›
The president of the union has released a statement calling for an early commitment "to ensure British farming is not disadvantaged."Read the full story ›
David Cameron said Britain required "fresh leadership" to "steer the country" out of the EU.Read the full story ›
The husband of Jo Cox MP has tweeted about how his wife would have reacted to the EU Referendum vote. Brendan Cox said she would have remained hopeful about the future, and worked to bring people back together after the result.
Today Jo wld have remained optimistic & focussed on what she cld do to bring our country back together around our best values #MoreInCommon
The Batley and Spen MP had campaigned for Britain to remain in the EU.
67 per cent of the county opted for BrexitRead the full story ›
All but three of the region's local authority areas backed BrexitRead the full story ›
Britain has made the historic decision to vote to leave the European Union. So what happens next?Read the full story ›