1. Various of Brexit supporters standing with placards and jumping for joy after the vote is passed
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Patricia Sharman, artist and Brexit supporter:
"It's the moment that we have longed for, it's the moment that we have had to wait a very long time for. It's the people's victory. Democracy reigns and I'm absolutely delighted and very emotional."
3. Sharman kissing other supporters of Brexit
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Eleanor Dobson, teacher and Brexit supporter:
"I'm just relieved that it is going to go through. I think between now and December 2020 when we finally leave completely is a time when we need to be careful because it is the transition period and we won't have representation in Europe, but I am very relieved that this deal has gone through because it was the only way we were going to get out. So I just want this to be over."
5. Brexit supporters standing with placards
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Stephen Morgan, project manager and Brexit supporter:
"Well providing everyone keeps their word and works hard towards it, I think this will be a great relief for so many people because this has gone on for so long. People are sick and tired of it now and they just want an end to everything. So we've had an end to the Withdrawal Agreement today, it has been passed. Get the trade deal done and then finally we can go back to our proper lives."
7. Various exteriors of parliament and people walking
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Peter Roberts, Remain supporter:
"I feel it will be very difficult. I don't think people have really thought it through, but that goes right back to the start. I think it is a terrible time for our country, a terrible time for our reputation, a terrible time, above all for our representative democracy, which has been traduced by the people who are supposed to defend it, that is our sovereign representatives. They've given in, they've acted as delegates, not representatives. There are banners here saying the 'People's Will' this, 'The People's Victory' that. No. We should have got rid of all that kind of thought in the 1930s. I'm really afraid."
9. Various of student Scott Magee, 20, student from Scotland and Remain supporter, looking out at river Thames
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Scott Magee, 20, student from Scotland and Remain supporter:
"Honestly, every other trade deal that has happened with the European Union - Canada, America, whatever - has taken 14 to 15 years to get a basic trade deal. And he (Boris Johnson) wants to achieve one within 11 months. And he's put it into law, if he can't get one, then we absolutely have to leave regardless, which means a guaranteed no-deal Brexit, which I think will be catastrophic and totally, totally disregards the 48-52 percent of Brexit - the 48 percent who wanted to stay in the European Union and he's going to take it into a hard Brexit. It's just madness, I think."