The Straits Times' News In A Minute: June 24, 2016

Prime Minister Lee says vote to leave EU is a 'turning point'; Monetary Authority of Singapore says Singapore's banking system remains sound; The Real Singapore founder pleads guilty to sedition.

In The Straits Times' News In A Minute today, we look at:

* Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shared in a Facebook post, that the UK's vote to leave the European Union is "a turning point" which reflects the anxiety of the British population over various issues, including immigration.

* Despite news of Britain's exit from the European Union, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said that Singapore's interbank money markets continue to function in an orderly manner and its banking system continues to remain sound.

* Yang Kaiheng, the man who started socio-political website The Real Singapore (TRS), admitted to deliberately sowing discord between Singaporeans and foreigners through a series of online articles.