The uncertainty that harms economies the most will only get worse in the months to come.
The Brexit vote had been expected to deliver a quick and heavy blow to the economy.
Survey shows a stark age divide, with older respondents prioritizing immigration controls.
During the referendum campaign China's President Xi Jinping said he would rather the U.K. stayed in the EU.
Hammond acknowledges a 'hit to confidence' among businesses, says the government, Bank of England 'has to be ready' to respond to instability.
Trade-offs will be necessary to retain the U.K.'s membership of the single market, says Philip Hammond.
Hammond said that Putin was strengthening ISIS by bombing President Bashar al-Assad's opponents.
British foreign secretary warns "key issues" still to be resolved as talks on preliminary framework pass deadline.
Buhari ahead with five states to go, but result could change with Niger Delta yet to declare.
Twenty people were killed in yesterday's attack on the national museum in Tunis.
British foreign minister says no plans to supply Kiev with weapons but 'not ruling anything out'.
Libya's current competing governments are backed by militia brigades and scrambling for control.
Asked why Britain did not send in its elite SAS unit to rescue Henning, the foreign secretary said: "We don't know where he is, it's as simple as that"