1. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader and MEP:
(Journalist: "How are you feeling today?)
"Very pleased. I mean it's six weeks ago we launched this party. It's a phenomenal success in a very short space of time and we'll move on from here to the Peterborough by-election and the general election. We're ready."
(Journalist: "And how will you achieve that?")
"Well, at the end of the day, it's about what voters want, and I think either the Conservatives or Labour parties take us towards Brexit or they are going to have to be replaced. It's as simple as that."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader and MEP:
"Yes, and many more than that for those that want to leave. Because the Conservatives say they want to leave, UKIP want to leave, so there is more votes on that side in the South East than on the other side so don't listen to the nonsense that you are being given from the Liberal Democrats on the stage. Actually, if you look at it all, it's about 52-48 in favour of leave."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader and MEP:
"Oh absolutely. This is a vote that says 'put no-deal Brexit back on the table, make it part of our negotiations because without that you have got no chance of getting a sensible free trade deal and I want us, as the Brexit party to be engaged in that. But it's also a vote that says 'the 31st October is the next really big day in this process. If we don't leave on that day, then you could expect the Brexit party to repeat this kind of surprise in the next general election."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader and MEP:
(Journalist asks question about Boris Johnson)
"I will work with anybody. If it is to achieve Brexit, I work with anybody."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Druitt, Councillor for the Green Party:
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"Fair enough but if it wasn't for the nonsense of that clown over there we wouldn't be the international joke that we now are. A divided society. This country is split in half. And it's all because of him (points out of shot). What we need to do is as Daniel Hannan correctly said, is bring the country together. This man over there is not the person to do that. He is the one tearing us apart."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Judith Bunting, Liberal Democrats:
"The number of votes, the fact that more people have supported Remain parties if you count us as the lead Remain party and then Greens and Change UK, add those votes together more people have supported us than supported the Brexit party. The government has to listen. Whoever the leader of the Tory Party is that comes in they have got to listen to the Remain voices. The demographic has changed in the last three years."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel Hannan, Conservative:
"I understand how angry people are. Three years have passed, we haven't delivered Brexit. I didn't want to be here, I didn't want refighting this election, I thought I'd be walking away now. Job done. We have to get Brexit delivered and we have to do it in a way that is cordial and grown up and orderly and economically liberal. And then we can move on as a country and address all of the other domestic issues that we need to face."
The leader of the Brexit Party, Nigel Farage felt confident after his party's success nationwide.
After arriving at Southampton Guildhall for the South East count, Farage emphasised that his party's success meant that no-deal Brexit was "back on the table" and warned that 'the 31st October is the next really big day in this process. If we don't leave on that day, then you could expect the Brexit party to repeat this kind of surprise in the next general election."
At the Guildhall Tom Druitt, a Brighton Green Councillor stood on a chair and put the blame of the country's split firmly on Farage.
"If it wasn't for the nonsense of that clown over there we wouldn't be the international joke that we now are", Druitt said.
The Conservative candidate Daniel Hannan meanwhile said he understood people's anger. "Three years have passed, we haven't delivered Brexit", he conceded.