Jeremy Corbyn has said Article 50 - which triggers Britain's formal exit from the EU - must be invoked now.
The Labour leader told the BBC that the British peoples' wishes must be respected and the two-year withdrawal process should be started immediately.
- said he would oppose an emergency Budget
- urged David Cameron and George Osborne to stabilise the financial markets
- refused to call for a general election or Mr Cameron to resign
A petition calling for a second EU referendum is proving so popular that the website has crashed.
People are invited to share alleged racism or xenophobia stories after Brexit vote to highlight "need for a plan to tackle" social effects.
Time for Project Let's-Make-the-Best-of-it.