As the fall-out from the UK’s vote to leave the EU continues, questions remain over the impact on Northern Ireland – and particularly its border with the Republic of Ireland.
The Brexit decision comes despite Northern Ireland voting to remain.
UTV’s Deputy Political Editor Tracey Magee reports on an historic day.
Meanwhile, Gareth Wilkinson is on the Tyrone/Donegal border - in an area where dual currency is the norm for neigbouring towns like Strabane and Lifford - to look at the potential impact.
Marc Mallett reports from Newry where the border issue also has implications.
And UTV’s Political Editor Ken Reid and Business Editor Jamie Delargy have been in the studio to discuss the "political earthquake".
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers has said a referendum on a united Ireland would not be “justified or helpful” at present.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said “the implications for NI and relations will require careful consideration” following the UK's Brexit vote.
Northern Ireland’s leaders have been divided in their reactions to the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.