1. UK's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt approaching reporters
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeremy Hunt, UK's Foreign Secretary:
"This is a very important morning. These are legally significant changes. I hope parliament will see that the prime minister (Theresa May) has listened to parliament's concerns about the backstop. It really has now achieved everything that we wanted, or everything that we hoped we could achieve in very very difficult negotiations. We have a chance now to leave the European Union on 29th of March or shortly thereafter. And if we grab this opportunity tonight, we can do that and if we don't, we increase the risk both of a customs union outcome and possibly no Brexit, which I know is something none of my colleagues want."
3. Hunt walking away, UPSOUND (English) Reporter's question: "How confident are you the deal will pass?" ++CONTINUES FROM PREVIOUS SHOT++
4. UK's International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt exiting her house, UPSOUND (English) Reporter's question "Has the PM done enough to secure your support?"
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Penny Mordaunt, International Development Secretary: ++CONTINUES FROM PREVIOUS SHOT++
"My message to colleagues today is to support this deal. I think that is the only way we can really guarantee to deliver Brexit. And the public want us to get on with this, they want it done. They want us to move on to other things. So, I will be urging all colleagues to back the Prime Minister and back the deal today."
Reporter question off camera (English): "Has she solved the backstop issue?"
6. Penny Mordaunt leaving ++CONTINUES FROM PREVIOUS SHOT++
7. UK's Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd approaching,
UPSOUND (English) Reporter's question: "How worried are you that enough MPs will support the deal?"
UPSOUND (English) Amber Rudd, Work and Pensions Secretary:
"It's a good deal. I hope they will all support it. This is good news for Britain. Thank you."
8. Rudd walks down the stairs ++CONTINUES FROM PREVIOUS SHOT++
9 . Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Health Secretary Matt Hancock arriving to 10 Downing Street
10. UK's Attorney General Geoffrey Cox arriving to 10 Downing Street
11. UK's Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd exising car upon arriving to 10 Downing Street
12. UK's Home Secretary Sajid Javid arriving to 10 Downing Street
UK's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the country now "has a chance to leave the European Union on 29th of March," after Prime Minister announced on Monday evening what she described as "legally binding" changes in her European Union divorce deal.
"If we grab this opportunity now we can do that and if we don't, we increase the risk of both a customs union outcome and possibly no Brexit," Hunt said on Tuesday heading for the Cabinet meeting.
The House of Commons will vote later in the day after last-minute talks with the EU produced assurances the deal couldn't be used to tie Britain to the bloc indefinitely.
May is still facing continued opposition from some lawmakers to her deal for the withdrawal from the bloc despite "legally binding" changes that she hopes will win parliamentary support for the agreement.
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox raised this concern when the agreement was presented to Parliament in December, and many lawmakers are now waiting for his legal opinion on the new provisions.
May flew to Strasbourg, France, late Monday for talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
At a news conference, they announced changes designed to overcome lawmakers' concerns about provisions designed to ensure the border between EU member Ireland and Britain's Northern Ireland remains open after Brexit.