It was sombre, almost funereal in tone. One Vote Leave staffer said there was plenty of time for the UK to start exploratory work.
David Cameron says he will stand down as Prime Minister as the UK votes to leave the European Union, while Scotland's First Minister says a second independence referendum is "highly likely".
He said that the issue "above all" is the economy, in the knowledge that for many voters "immigration" tops it.
Politicians from across the political divide pay an emotional tribute to Labour MP Jo Cox, who was killed in her constituency last week.
It is "a very big problem" for the Remain campaign, just about their biggest headache: Labour identifiers who don't know what Labour thinks about Europe.
Would the government have bust a gut to extend the deadline on voter registration if it wasn't to their advantage? Discuss.