1. It started badly for Boris.
Boris Telegraph y'day column was "written too quickly" and he's tired. Friends agree sloppy & sent mixed messages & will be vetted in future
— Sam Coates Times (@SamCoatesTimes) June 28, 2016
2. Soon, Nigel Farage was in the wars.
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) June 28, 2016
3. Meanwhile, it was always going to be a testing day for Jeremy Corbyn (you might want to skip to the bottom).
— Jim Edwards (@Jim_Edwards) June 28, 2016
4. Unedifying spectacles have not been uncommon but I think we can all agree with J.K. Rowling, this will take some beating.
11 days ago, a Labour MP was killed in the street leaving her surgery. This T-shirt strike you as funny? pic.twitter.com/IZkWHa24N9
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 27, 2016
5. The economy looks to be – putting it mildly – in flux.
BT shares hit as Brexit renews fears over £10.6bn pension black hole https://t.co/8YgVnvZh6X
— Telegraph Business (@telebusiness) June 28, 2016
6. Labour’s shadow ministers continued to resign – in this case from being an MP entirely.
I have informed my CLP Chair that whenever the next General Election takes place, I will not be Labour's candidate. pic.twitter.com/g3DADx57KF
— Pat Glass (@PatGlassMP) June 28, 2016
7. And if there were any doubt that the whole world is watching Britain, the EU and Brexit…
Barack Obama warns against Brexit 'hysteria' in vote's aftermath https://t.co/AYUqA5LbGD
— The Guardian (@guardian) June 28, 2016
8. Robert Peston was one of many big-hitters providing an ‘end of days’ narrative.
Is today the day the Labour Party will be seen to have died? https://t.co/Qm0Vq6LkRK
— Robert Peston (@Peston) June 28, 2016
9. But it wasn’t all bad news.
— Hometrack (@HometrackGlobal) June 28, 2016
10. And…the big one. See you at the same time tomorrow.
— Sky News Newsdesk (@SkyNewsBreak) June 28, 2016