1. Wide of sign and Egyptian flag at Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, tilt down to UK delegation waiting to enter Gaza
Gaza side of Rafah border crossing
2. Palestinian security forces and media waiting on Gaza side of border crossing
Egyptian side of Rafah border crossing
3. UK delegation waiting at crossing
4. Members of delegation holding up British flag and waving from Egyptian side
Gaza side of Rafah border crossing
5. Line of youths waving Palestinian flags and green Hamas flags, greeting UK delegation as they cross border
6. Member of delegation receiving flowers and Palestinian flag from young boy
7. Members of delegation holding up large Palestinian flag with messages of support for the people of Gaza
8. Zoom in of UK Member of Parliament (MP) George Galloway (first from left) and other members of delegation kissing ground on Gaza side of border, pull out as security forces push media back
9. Member of UK delegation UPSOUND: (English/Arabic) "God willing, with the grace of Allah we have come to Gaza. God is great. God is great."
10. Convoy of vehicles carrying aid driving through crossing area as boys line roadside waving flags
11. Galloway walking towards news conference
12. Cutaway people assembled to listen to him
13. Wide of Galloway at podium
14. SOUNDBITE (English) George Galloway, British MP:
" The third objective was to send a message to the Muslim world that Britain is not your enemy. That Tony Blair (Former British Prime Minister, now Mideast Envoy) does not speak for Britain. We speak for the British people."
15. Wide of Galloway at podium
16. Wide of Galloway in room
17. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Galloway, British MP:
" We would be honoured to meet the elected Prime Minister of Palestine, Ismail Haniyeh. We are the guests here of the government of Palestine. Our mission was to break the siege. To demonstrate that it's possible if there's a will, to enter Palestine with the things that people need to live."
18. People near fence calling out to Galloway
19. Galloway greeting them before walking to car UPSOUND (English) Palestinians: "Welcome!"
A convoy of bringing medicine, food and clothing from the United Kingdom to desperate Gazans reached the blockaded territory on Monday.
The convoy is part of a Gaza aid campaign organised by the Viva Palestina group and backed by UK Member of Parliament, George Galloway.
About 50 British and Scottish volunteers and 100 vehicles carrying aid supplies passed through Egypt's Rafah border crossing, a Hamas border official said.
Galloway said 300 British citizens and 200 Libyans would be entering Gaza.
Other aid, including electrical generators and a fire engine, would enter Israel, where the UK delegation hoped to get it into Gaza through coordination with the International Committee of the Red Cross, the official said.
After entering Gaza, Galloway called the aid "a drop in the ocean," but said the trip was to send a message that "the lifeline from Britain to Gaza is in."
He said he also wanted to assure the Muslim world that "Britain is not your enemy".
Speaking to reporters later Galloway said he would be honoured to meet with Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniyeh.
The British MP also said the trip was to demonstrate that desperately needed aid could be brought to Gaza, despite the blockades on its borders.
Israel - with Egypt on one side - has enforced a strict blockade of the seaside strip since Hamas took control of the territory in June 2007.
The Israeli government said it allows daily convoys of aid into Gaza and denies that there are shortages of food, fuel or medicine there.
But human rights organisations and the United Nations have repeatedly said that the blockade has caused a humanitarian catastrophe for the impoverished 1.4 (m) million Gazans trapped in the territory.
The crisis was made worse by Israel's devastating three-week military offensive on the Strip earlier this year which killed nearly 1,300 Palestinians, including hundreds of civilians, and left behind an estimated two (b) billion US dollars in damage.