Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union. Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said "fresh leadership" was needed.
Donald Trump stood on the ninth tee at Turnberry, framed by the famous lighthouse in the background. The sea was flat calm, the sun was shining and he looked pleased with the world.
The governor of the Bank of England has stepped forward to calm financial markets after the Brexit vote sent the pound to its lowest level since 1985 and at one point wiped �120bn off the value of Britain's leading shares.
But what does the future hold for those who want to leave the UK - every now and again, for a weekend city break, six days of summer or a month's adventure?
Britain's 'Leave' vote has rocked the European political establishment to the core - but what will it mean to the ordinary man and woman on the streets of Teesside?