1. SOUNDBITE (English) David Davis, UK Brexit Secretary:
"We will protect the rights of European citizens here, so as Britons in Europe are treated the same way - something I'm absolutely sure we'll be able to agree. But on the other hand, to those who pedal hate and division towards people who made Britain their home, let the message go out in this hall: we say to you, 'You have no part in our society'."
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3. SOUNDBITE (English) David Davis, UK Brexit Secretary:
"But the clear message from the referendum is this: we must control immigration. Did you hear Mr Corbyn (leader of the Labour Party) last week telling us there's no need for any limit on numbers? Have you ever heard a political party quite so out of touch with his own voters? Let's be clear: we will control our borders and we will bring the numbers down."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) David Davis, UK Brexit Secretary: ++INCLUDES CUTAWAY OF AUDIENCE++
"On both sides of the Channel, we must resist the temptation to trade insults to generate cheap headlines.There has been some bluster in the aftermath of the referendum, perhaps inevitably, but these negotiations are too important for that. Instead, we should all think carefully about where our common interests lie. Britain is one of Europe's strongest defenders of Britain's freedom and security so it makes perfect sense for us to have the strongest possible ties with Europe after we leave the European Union. The same goes for trade. History shows that the easier it is for us to do business together, the better it is for both Britain and Europe. We're looking at all the options and we're prepared for any outcome, but it certainly won't be to anyone's benefit to see an increase in barriers to trade in either direction. So we want to maintain the freest possible trade between us, without betraying the instruction we have received from the British people to take back control of our own affairs."
UK Brexit Secretary David Davis has pledged to protect European Union citizens living in Britain following its departure from the EU.
In a speech at the Conservative Party's annual conference in Birmingham on Sunday, he emphasised however that migration numbers "must be brought down".
Davis also said he wanted to maintain the freest possible trade between Britain and the EU, urging leaders to "think carefully" about where their common interests with Britain lie and stressing that they would feel no benefit by erecting barriers to trade
Britain voted in a June referendum to leave the EU and Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed at the conference that Article 50 - the formal process which enables the UK to leave, will begin by the end of March 2017.