The UK votes to leave the European Union, prompting David Cameron to announce he is to step down as prime minister - and UKIP leader Nigel Farage to declare it "independence day".
Scotland strongly backs staying in the EU - with all 32 council areas backing Remain - but the UK votes in favour of Brexit.
Leave wins the EU referendum campaign in Wales - and across the UK - with all Welsh council areas declared.
Northern Ireland votes to Remain in the EU Referendum but the UK, as a whole, votes to leave.
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