Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron attempting to put a brave face on Brexit.
FOX's Simon Owen reports from London:
In a speech to business leaders here, David Cameron putting it like this:
(Cameron) We are in a new reality now, we must accept it, we must make it work.
Cameron receiving a letter from more than 1000 lawyers warning him to tread carefully before confirming Britain's EU exit, saying last month's referendum result is not legally binding.
But the front-runner to replace Cameron as Prime Minister, Theresa May saying there's no going back:
(May) Brexit means Brexit and we are going to make a success of it.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.