EU referendum: UK voted to Leave
The UK has voted by 52% to 48% to leave EU in a historic referendum.
08:20 24 June 2016
Despite the backing of London and Scotland, the leave vote has prevailed as voters in Wales and the English shires have backed Brexit in large numbers.
Following the results, the pound fell by as much as 6.5per cent against the dollar, the lowest since 1985.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage told leave supporters "this will be a victory for ordinary people, for decent people."
Mr Farage has previously said that June 23 would "go down in history as our independence day."
A Labour source said: "If we vote to leave, Cameron should seriously consider his position."
Meanwhile, Labour former Europe Minister Keith Vaz said that Brits had voted with their emotions and rejected the advice of experts.