Voters without degrees were more likely to back leaving the EU, figures suggest. But in one of the towns with the fewest graduates in the UK, the relationship is more complicated.
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson tells Jeremy Corbyn he has "no authority" among Labour MPs and warns him he faces a leadership challenge.
The pound falls to a 31-year low against the dollar and bank, airline and property shares tumble as Brexit fears continue to hit financial markets.
Boris Johnson urges Brexit voters to "build bridges" with people who wanted to stay in the EU as he sets out his post-referendum vision.
A co-founder of the Paedophile Information Exchange, dubbed one of the "vilest men in Britain", is found guilty of a string of child abuse offences.
Two children remain in a serious condition in hospital following a rollercoaster crash at a theme park in North Lanarkshire on Sunday.
Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 29, retires from international football after missing in a penalty shootout.
The conservative People's Party of PM Mariano Rajoy wins most seats in Spain's election but is again short of a majority.
At least 10 people are wounded, two seriously, in clashes between right-wing extremists and counter-protesters in Sacramento, California.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will meet the first and deputy first ministers later on Monday during a two-day visit to Northern Ireland.
Coldplay launch Glastonbury's grand finale in style, with pyrotechnics and glitter cannons lifting the spirits of rain-soaked revellers.
A string of Labour shadow cabinet members have quit, with more walkouts expected, in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership over the EU referendum.
At least eight children and two adults have been injured after a rollercoaster crashed off the rails at a theme park in North Lanarkshire.
To what extent does the referendum result show a divided Britain? We explore the data.
After the UK's decision to leave the EU, some families are worried it could have an impact on them, if they have moved to Britain from other EU countries.
The EU referendum has not just divided political parties, it has also opened up a gulf between generations.
An unusual beauty contest has been taking place in Lithuania. There were no swimsuits or speeches - instead, the contestants went down the red carpet on all fours, as the BBC's Tim Allman explains.
Politicians in France are calling on President Hollande to scrap immigration checks on the French side of the English Channel following the UK's vote to leave the EU.
A ceremony has been held in Tunisia to remember the 38 tourists shot dead on a beach in Sousse exactly one year ago.
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A leadership gap has opened up at a dangerous time for the UK, says Nick Robinson.
Greece has the EU's most fragile economy and there are fears now that Brexit could lead to Grexit, Richard Galpin reports from Athens.
The UK has voted to leave the EU. Here is what is likely to happen next.
PJ Crowley considers the future of the "special relationship" between the US and the UK after the British vote to leave the EU.
The result of the EU referendum puts Britain on a precipice where it has never been before, writes historian Lord Peter Hennessy.
Now that the British public has voted for Brexit, what exactly will be the economic effects? Here are five areas where experts say we should pay close attention.
The fallout from the vote to leave the EU dominates the headlines, with many focusing on shadow cabinet resignations.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "flowers".
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Pictures of violent protests near South Africa's capital, Pretoria, prompted by anger at the ANC's choice of a mayoral candidate.
Glastonbury festival-goers are not deterred by the mud and rain.
The Philippine capital Manila had held its second annual ShakeDrill, in an attempt to prepare residents for a potential future earthquake.
Catch up with all the goals, match highlights, fun moments and more from Sunday at the 2016 Uefa European Championship in France.
Raheem Sterling is expected to play in what England boss Roy Hodgson accepts is a "win or bust" match against Iceland in the Euro 2016 last-16.
Forty years ago Sara Guter Davidson was one of the hostages taken to Entebbe Airport in Uganda by hijackers, and rescued in an audacious operation by the Israeli military.
As stock markets tumble and sterling weakens in the wake of the EU referendum result, what are the safer alternatives for investors?
The spirit of the Pitmen Painters is being kept alive by a group of photographers who are reimagining the artists' celebrated works.
Fifty years ago this week Barclaycard issued the first credit cards in the UK. Simon Read looks at how the plastic card changed our relationship with money.
Food writer Samar Halarnkar explains what Indians have done to Chinese and other cuisines of the world.
Iranians have taken to publishing their payslips online, angered by revelations that managers in some state companies enjoy surprisingly high salaries.
The contenders, the British up-and-comers, the dress code, the weather, the queue, the celebs - all you need to know about Wimbledon 2016.
The UK will soon be leaving the EU. How do immigrants in Britain feel it will affect them?
From Beijing to San Francisco, brewers are trying to recreate the unique chemical conditions produced naturally beneath a small Midlands town.
A guide to the UK's decision to leave the European Union following an historic referendum.
As European leaders meet this week to find a way forward from the UK’s decision to leave the EU, James Naughtie surveys the mood in France.
Since the EU referendum results revealed the UK voted Leave, reports online have emerged of an anti-foreign sentiment.
Chris Grayling says: "We need a free trade agreement with the European Union, which allows us to control the flow of people into and out of the country." Is that realistic?
What's it like to vote against the trend of your area?