1. British citizens and residents in Madrid chanting UPSOUND (Spanish) "We are Europeans"
2. Demonstrators gathered
3. Demonstrators chanting UPSOUND (English) "Bollocks to Brexit"
4. Various of protesters
5. Scottish piper playing the bagpipe AUDIO: bagpipe music
6. Various of protesters dancing to bagpipe music
7. Set-up shot of William Dixon, Madrid resident from Scotland
8. SOUNDBITE (English) William Dixon, Scottish physics teacher living Madrid:
"My country is your country, and that is a promise which is being broken by people in London, and we feel that is absolutely right to fight that in the event that Brexit goes through, to continue to fight it until the thing is reversed. And I do hope that my country doesn't have to resort to becoming independent from the UK in order to continue to be part of Europe."
9. Set-up shot of Jennifer Benson, Spain resident from England
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jennifer Benson, translator from England living in Spain:
"We were not able to vote even though it affects us, because we have been living in Spain for more than 15 years. And it is all just a total shambles and a sham. We need another vote. It needs to be, either sorted out with a deal, or we need to just forget the whole sorry mess."
11. Set-up shot of Annabel Beswarick, Spain resident from England
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Annabel Beswarick, English teacher from the UK living in Spain:
"I think it's a complete disaster. I mean, I don't intend to ever leave Spain, but it's (the leave vote) basically meant that I have to choose between being British or living here. It is a horrible situation."
13. Protesters with placards
14. Young man on stage holding up placard with a picture of UK Prime Minister Theresa May's wearing earplugs, addressing crowd UPSOUND (English) "Theresa May listens to the people, but she can't hear us because she's got airpods."
15. People clapping
16. Guitar player
17. Woman listening to guitar music
18. Close of guitar
19. Street sign reading (Spanish) "Margaret Thatcher Plaza"
20. Young boy holding placard reading (English) "Euro citizens"
Around 100 British expats on Saturday rallied in the Spanish capital against Britain leaving the European Union.
Protesters chanted slogans against Brexit and many also held up homemade signs, including "17,410,742 people need a good spanking", in reference to the number of Britons who supported leaving the EU in a 2016 vote.
The gathering in Madrid's Margaret Thatcher Plaza came as a massive march took place in London in favour of a second Brexit referendum.