LONDON Britain's vote to leave the European Union sent new shockwaves through financial markets on Monday, despite efforts by the country's leaders to end the deep political and economic uncertainty unleashed by the decision.
Pound and FTSE 100 sell-off gathers strength on fallout from 'Brexit' vote, while 'mid cap' stocks take a hammering.
The pound sterling slipped further in trading in Asia on Monday (27 June), extending Friday's decline against the dollar to below $1.35 - levels last seen in 1985.
The UK accounting watchdog has launched an investigation into PwC's audit of BHS, the latest development in the fallout from the UK retailer's collapse.
The OBR is likely to slash its revenue forecasts from the sale of Britain's rescued banks later this year, Sky News understands.