LONDON – The Latest following Britain's vote to leave the European Union (all times local):
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage says he is resigning as the head of the party, arguing his political ambition to have Britain leave the European Union has now been achieved.
It is the second time Farage resigns as the leader of the party, but he says this time it is definite.
Farage said Monday he will retain his seat in the European Parliament to see out the negotiations for Britain's exit from the EU following the country's June 23 vote to leave the bloc.
Britain's Treasury chief plans to cut U.K. corporation tax to less than 15 percent to encourage companies to invest and ease business concerns about the country's vote to leave the European Union.
Treasury chief George Osborne says the cut is meant to underscore that Britain is "still open for business," despite the referendum results. A cut of about 5 percentage points brings Britain in line with Ireland's 12.5 percent rate.
Osborne told the Financial Times it was time to "make the most of the hand we've been dealt." He is urging the Bank of England to use its powers to avoid "a contraction of credit in the economy."
Some businesses based in London are considering leaving for other cities like Dublin, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris to benefit from the large EU common market.