1. Tim Farron, UK Liberal Democrat party leader arriving at the European Parliament
2. Close of the logo for Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
3. Guy Verhofstadt (glasses), European Parliament's lead Brexit negotiator, departing from a meeting with Farron
4. Farron departing from his meeting with Verhofstadt
5. Verhofstadt and Farron at news conference
6. Cameraman filming
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Tim Farron, UK Liberal Democrat Leader:
"We discussed a number of issues, not least the issue of whether or not Article 50 can be revocable. I think that is not yet clear. My personal view is, if the political will is there on both sides of the (English) Channel so to speak, then of course it should be. It's also been interesting to clarify that the European Parliament will have a vote on the final terms of the deal, irrespective of what some Conservatives have been saying."
8. Cameramen filming
9. Verhofstadt and Farron talking to journalists
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Tim Farron, UK Liberal Democrat Leader:
"With all due respect to my friend Guy and to Theresa May, our prime minister, it is my view if we believe in democracy, that neither of them have the right to impose on the British people a deal that the British people did not vote for. The British people voted for departure in June. We respect that. That is the direction we had going. But they did not vote for destination and the terms of the agreement, the terms of the deal that Britain will have on its departure from the European Union should be put to the British people in a referendum and on that referendum ballot paper should also be the right for the British people to remain if they don't like that deal."
11. Cameraman filming
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Guy Verhofstadt, European Parliament's lead Brexit negotiator
"We will not undo the European Union. We will not destroy it. We will not, for example, destroy the single market. We will not undo the four freedoms that are linked to this internal market. That is clear. Reciprocity is an important element of this negotiation but without giving up in fact the unity of the union and the single market and the four freedoms."
13. Various Farron talking to journalists
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Tim Farron/UK Liberal Democrat Leader
"She (Theresa May) says meaningless things like red, white and blue Brexit. Like, Brexit means Brexit because she hasn't got the foggiest clue what Brexit means and it would be much better if she gave us some idea. I think Theresa May is basically a decent straightforward person who is a prisoner of the nationalist, protectionist right that has taken over her party just as much as the socialists momentum has taken over the Labour Party. I look forward to Conservatives who believe in a pragmatic way forward with Europe, with Britain being a part of the single market, acting in a way which is good for business, dumping those in that party that are doing so much harm to our country."
16. Verhofstadt and Farron leaving the news conference