Newspapers across Europe have been responding to a historic shift in Britain's position in the world - with a mixture of delight and gloom.
In the UK, the Daily Mail marks a momentous victory for Vote Leave.
-- Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) June 24, 2016
While the Daily Mirror, Guardian and FT reflect a more sombre tone as David Cameron falls on his sword and the UK heads for the exit door.
-- Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) June 24, 2016
Tomorrow's Guardian front page in print on an historic day pic.twitter.com/fmYPmf2xOB
-- Katharine Viner (@KathViner) June 24, 2016
Just published: front page of the Financial Times, UK edition, Saturday 25 June pic.twitter.com/sxbxGBcYmh
-- Financial Times (@FT) June 24, 2016
The Sun suggests Cameron stepped down to avoid months of wrangling over the Brexit details.
Here's your first look at tomorrow's front page:
EXCLUSIVE: "Why should I do the hard s**t?" pic.twitter.com/9q4ezWof9e
-- The Sun (@TheSun) June 24, 2016
-- The Times of London (@thetimes) June 24, 2016
Tomorrow's Daily Telegraph front page today: 'Birth of a new Britain' pic.twitter.com/AxTQilf1vn
-- The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 24, 2016
German paper Bild highlights the pain of "yet another catastrophe" and body blow to Europe.
Spain's El Pais says Brexit now threatens the whole European project.
Portada | El Brexit pone en jaque la unidad británica y el proyecto europeo, y Europa marca el cierre de la campaña https://t.co/ljdA3gO8D0
-- EL PAÍS (@el_pais) June 24, 2016
While France's Liberation front page and Germany's taz speak for themselves...
-- Libération (@libe) June 24, 2016