Britain has voted to leave the EU but how did we and our neighbours vote for the momumental decision?
Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October as a result after the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said he would attempt to “steady the ship” over the coming weeks and months but that “fresh leadership” was needed.
The PM had urged the country to vote Remain but was defeated by 52% to 48% despite London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backing staying in.
So how did we and our neighbours vote? We’ve pulled together results and reaction from our sister papers to bring you a comprehensive round-up:
Luton voted to leave, full figures.
Central Beds voted to leave, full figures.
Bedford voted to leave, full figures here.
Aylesbury Vale voted to leave, full figures here.
Aylesbury Vale District Council leader: “Cause for concern, but we must all work together”
Independent group spokesman: “Most exciting time of my life”
Bucks County Council leader: ‘Good news but we need a period of calm”
Opposition leader: “We’ve gone from being the oldest democracy to the stupidest”
Local UKIP leader Chris Adams: “The ordinary man in the street won this referendum”
Milton Keynes voted to leave, full figures here.
MK MP warns of ‘economic turbulence’
MK business bosses: ‘We now need stability and clarity’
Kettering, Northampton, Corby, South Northants, Daventry, East Northants and Wellingborough all voted to leave, full figures here.
Dacorum narrowly voted to leave, full figures here.
Cherwell narrowly voted to leave while West Oxfordshire voted to remain, full figures here.
Warwick voted to remain while Rugby and Stratford voted to leave, full figures here.
Harborough voted to leave, full figures here.