South Tyneside votes out of Europe in historic referendum
The people of South Tyneside have cast their votes - and the result is a resounding 'out'.
A record 000,000 people in South Tyneside had their say on whether or not Britain should stay in the European Union.
The turn-out figure to the historic referendum
A total 115,888 people were registered to vote at the time of going to the polls - an increase of 0.2% on the electorate in last month's local election.
Of these 38,637 - or 33% are postal voters, while the rest had to attend one of the 95 polling stations across the borough.