1. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party leader:
"We will put a motion of no confidence against this government in order to try and stop no deal. The Prime Minister (Boris Johnson) seems desperate to take Britain out of the European Union, 31st of October, without a deal. The problems of that are huge on food, medicine, jobs, industry and investment. But he also seems to be lining up with (US President) Donald Trump and all of his administration to do some kind of sweetheart trade deal, which can only be damaging to our jobs and our regulations in this country, on environment on food standards on workers rights and all those kind of things. He's taking us away from Europe into the arms of Donald Trump by his obsession with a no deal Brexit."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party leader:
"I hope that they will all support the motion of no confidence that I will put and that will ensure that this government then cannot continue with this headlong pursuit of a no-deal Brexit. And that would mean a caretaker government, led by Labour, which would be a government in order to prevent a no-deal Brexit and bring about a general election so the people of this country can decide their future."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party leader:
"Well, I think they should work with us to ensure there is no to no deal, that Parliament votes down no deal, and that's why I put the motion of no confidence. And that's why we, the Labour Party, by far the largest opposition party, have, I think, a responsibility to take over to ensure there is no cliff edge Brexit."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Jo Swinson, Liberal Democrats Party leader:
"I want to be very clear this morning. I am determined to do whatever it takes to stop Brexit. And the Liberal Democrats will continue to lead the Remain cause as the strongest and most consistent party, arguing that our best future is in the European Union."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jo Swinson, Liberal Democrats Party leader:
"And now, instead of doing everything in his power to stop us from crashing out he (Jeremy Corbyn) is demanding the keys to Number 10 as a precondition for a vote of no-confidence. We are facing a national crisis. We may need an emergency government to resolve it. But if Jeremy Corbyn truly wants that to succeed, surely even he can see that he cannot lead it."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jo Swinson, Liberal Democrats Party leader:
"Despite saying that no deal was a million to one chance, that is clearly the destination that Boris Johnson is headed towards. He was prepared to say anything in his selfish quest to become prime minister, at all costs. And there will be costs. Because let's be frank, a no-deal Brexit is an utterly irresponsible pursuit. No decent public servant should even contemplate risking that level of damage to our country."
7. Various of People's Vote protesters with sheep outside Department of International Trade
8. Various of sheep being walked along streets of Westminster
9. Various of farmers and sheep outside The Farmers' Club on Whitehall