1. Various of pro-Europe protesters marching towards Downing Street
2. Wide of Jane Berry with her placard reading (English) "Boris Johnson has short (Dominic) Cummings as a leader!"
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Janet Berry, International development project manager:
"We've got an unelected person, (political adviser) Dominic Cummings, who's been found in contempt of parliament and he wouldn't answer questions on how they subverted democracy during the referendum vote. He is now (UK Prime Minister) Boris Johnson's chief adviser. He's behind those gates over there, he's running the country. How did we get to here? We're supposed to be a democracy, we're suppose to be the oldest democracy."
4. Mid of a banner depicting Boris Johnson as a puppet being worked by Dominic Cummings reading (English) "taking back control"
5. Wide of pro-Europe protestors marching
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Annette Shaw, life coach:
"I, you know, I was on holiday when this happened, you know, I was in Germany to see my friends. I couldn't believe it, I thought what's happening you know. I was devastated."
7. Various of a brass band playing outside Downing Street, protesters cheering
Protesters on Tuesday marched through the streets around Westminster while lawmakers inside the House of Commons confronted UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson over his plan to leave the EU on October 31 with or without a deal.
As protesters on the streets outside Parliament denounced a "coup," the lawmakers turned to a key piece of legislation that would prevent an immediate no-deal Brexit.
Amongst those chanting and blocking roads was Sussex resident Jane Berry, who expressed concern over Johnson's right-hand man, political adviser Dominic Cummings.
"We've got an unelected person, Dominic Cummings, who's been found in contempt of parliament and he wouldn't answer questions on how they subverted democracy during the referendum vote," stressed Berry.
"How did we get to here? We supposed to be a democracy, we're suppose to be the oldest democracy."
Another protester, life coach Annette Shaw, from Oxford, said she was on holiday in German when the UK prime minister called to prorogue parliament.