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The UK's EU Commissioner Lord Hill announces he is to stand down, saying "what is done cannot be undone" after the UK votes to leave the European Union.
Garbine Muguruza is being heralded as the new face of women's tennis, but can the Spaniard follow in the footsteps of global superstars like Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams?
Billionaire investor George Soros warns that Britain's vote to leave the European Union makes the disintegration of the bloc "practically irreversible".
HSBC would move up to 1,000 staff from London to Paris if Britain left the single market and was not part of the European Economic Area, the BBC understands.
The BBC’s Andrew Verity explains what a warning from a rating agency means.
The UK's major finance firms risk losing unrestricted access to the EU, say eurozone leaders, as the City of London loses a powerful voice in Brussels.
The are fears that the UK's financial sector may lose its access to the European Union markets, as Andrew Walker reports.
Brexit businessman Tim Martin, founder of the Wetherspoons pub chain, says anxiety is "understandable", but adds there is no need to rush into EU exit talks.
As Moody's, one of the big three credit ratings agencies, cuts its outlook for the UK's economy from "stable" to negative", BBC News explains what the agencies do.
The UK government must act quickly to secure favourable terms for a key export sector, says industry expert Professor David Bailey.
The UK has its credit rating outlook cut to "negative" by leading financial agency Moody's, as outgoing PM David Cameron faces pressure to speed up "divorce" talks with the EU.
The UK government must resolve key issues with the EU, including immigrants' access to Britain, as well as trade deals and tariffs.
BBC News looks at some of the practical changes that follow from the UK's decision to leave the EU.
Wall Street and the FTSE 100 both fall sharply in a wild day of trading after the UK votes to leave the European Union.
Barack Obama said that the special relationship between the US and the UK would endure despite Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, gives her reaction to the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
The UK has "little to fear from leaving the EU", says Lord Bamford, the chairman of JCB.
Now the UK has decided to leave the European Union, technology firms are left to wonder what the future holds.
Shares in Britain's five biggest banks tumble in reaction to the referendum result.
Gatwick may be back in the race against Heathrow to build a new runway following the vote to leave the EU and David Cameron's resignation