The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union.
As polling stations across the nation began the process of counting and returning results, the UK's decision began to clarify with pace: while Scotland and London sided with the 'Remain' campaign, the 'Leave' vote had a majority across England, gaining its necessary majority before 6am.
Here are ten things the vote has already changed.
The value of the pound has plummeted
The UK's economic standing slips
Reports suggest that the value of the UK's economy has already shrunk following the result, seeing it drop from the fifth largest in the world to sixth, below that of France.
David Cameron announces resignation
Marine Le Pen calls for French referendum
Bitcoin prices rise
Martin McGuinness calls for united Ireland
Scotland edges toward another independence vote
Cornwall Council starts to sweat
Tourists are already feeling the impact
Reports are coming in from Greece that banks are unable to issue British or Scottish pounds as they're not able to get precise exchange rate figures from the central bank