Amid the uncertainty regarding the future for Northern Ireland post-Brexit, questions are being asked about the impact on migrant workers from the EU and the businesses that rely on them.
Sarah Clarke reports from Dungannon in Co Tyrone, where several large food processing companies employ significant numbers of migrant workers.
Back in the studio, Political Editor Ken Reid and Jamie Delargy discuss the timeframe in which changes may begin to take effect.
The referendum result has sent shockwaves right to the heart of Europe and the European Parliament.
As Judith Hill reports, talks will now focus on how the UK's exit from the EU will happen.
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.