1. British MEP Nigel Farage with reporters inside European Parliament
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, MEP, Head of the UK Independence Party (UKIP):
"Well the next step is for us is to begin negotiations between the UK and the European Union as quickly as possible."
(Reporter's question: who do you think could be Prime Minister in Great Britain?)
"Anyone that supports Brexit and anyone that will honour the 17.5 million people that voted for us to leave. I don't want backtracking. I don't want a watered down version, I don't want Norway plus. I want my country to be independent and free. Let's get the relationship right, here and then, we can pursue our global ambitions."
(Reporter's question: what's wrong with Norway plus?)
"Norway's fine. Norway's fine for Norway but we're Britain. We are the biggest trading partner of the Eurozone. We're a massive net importer for the Eurozone. We can get a much better deal than Norway has."
3. Mid of Farage with reporters
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, MEP, Head of the UK Independence Party:
"We decided to say 'no' to political union but we want to be good friends, good neighbours, good trading partners."
5. Mid of banner with European Parliament logo and reporters
6. Wide of main access corridor to Plenary room
7. SOUNDBITE (French) Marine Le Pen, MEP, President of the National Front party:
"I believe the consequences (of the Brexit) can only be positive despite the threats, the blackmailing, despite some attempts to put in place a strategy of chaos, the people can only gain from getting back their independence, a democratic process and control of their destiny."
8. Mid of MEPs and officials walking down corridor
9. SOUNDBITE (French) Marine Le Pen, MEP, President of the National Front party:
"First of all, they are going to change Prime Minister, chose a new government and Trigger article 50 in September. Then, they'll have two years to renegotiate the conditions of their relationship with the EU without being locked inside this same European Union."