The referendum was one of the largest democratic exercises in the UK's history and over 17.4 million people voted to leave the EU. The Government has been clear that the result must be respected.
Allegations on potential breaches of electoral law have focused on whether spending by different referendum campaign groups was fully declared. The independent Electoral Commission oversees the conduct of elections in the UK and regulates political finance. As such, it is for the Electoral Commission rather than for the Government to investigate any breaches of electoral law.
The Electoral Commission will publish its findings in due course and the Government will continue to implement the referendum result. Agreement has recently been reached with the EU on citizens' rights, the financial settlement and the implementation period. Discussions on the future relationship between the UK and the EU will begin shortly.