1. Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown arriving and taking his seat
2. Audience member wearing T-shirt with writing reading (English) "Vote Remain 23 June"
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister:
"And it's undoubtedly true, terrorism is now a cross-border operation. And if you are going to deal with that cross-border operation, you need cross-border co-ordinatiion. And you cannot solve the problem of tackling both terrorism and and the causes of terrorism unless you are prepared to act with your neighbours."
4. Cutaway of audience
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister:
"What we need to do is show that we can manage globalisation and global change in the public interest, but at the same time we've got to respect people's love of national identity and we've got to show how we can balance the autonomy that people want with the cooperation that we need and that's what the European Union is about. It's not some giant project for a federal superstate but it's not a return, which is impossible to 19th century views of sovereignty which even America the biggest superpower in the world has left behind."
6. Audience member listening
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister:
"There is one area where you need European co-operation, where we can't do anything without European co-operation and that is dealing with the scandal of tax havens across the world which we now got to deal with." (applause)
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister:
"If Britain acted, we could not get the result that will close down the tax havens in other countries. But if Europe acts, 28 countries - the might of Europe can do it."
10. "Vote Remain" poster
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister:
"Instead of having the national sourcing of goods and services, we now have the global sourcing and what it means is you cannot succeed in securing financial stability or dealing with pollution or dealing with growth and trade or inequality, any of the big problems now as a result of these global changes taking place without cooperation with your neighbours and that is going to be the lesson that we have got to learn from this debate in this referendum that the European Union is not the cause of the problem, but if you can get cooperation working the European Union can be part of the solution to the problem" (applause).