1. Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary, walks into briefing room
2. SOUNDBITE (English): Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary
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(On Donald Trump's Jerusalem decision) "We in the UK are sticking very much with our plan and with our policy which is that, we think that the future of Jerusalem must be settled as part of the negotiated agreement between Israel and the Palestinians and as part of the two-state solution that we're all working for. And I have to say that I view premature recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moves of embassies 'not helpful' in this context. It's something that we want to do. But it it cannot be done until you have progress towards a two-state solution."
3. Cutaway of Johnson speaking
4. SOUNDBITE (English): Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary
(On Brexit) "What we want to achieve is a new relationship a deep and special partnership in which we can intensify our trade links, continue to work together on foreign policy on security and all things that matter to us. But to achieve all that we need to get going franchement (frankly) with the second half of the talks. That's the exciting bit. That's the bit where we will achieve a new trading relationship with our friends and partners. We can get it done. We just need to get on with. And I hope very much that the December European Council will mark that progress."
5. Cutaway of Johnson speaking to reporters
6. SOUNDBITE (English): Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary
(Answering a question on Brexit "divorce bill" cost) "You know, it is very very important that whatever happens now whatever we agree has got to be consistent with taking back control of our laws of our borders and our cash. And on the subject of cash, I'm often teased or abused for saying or allegedly saying that I said people could 'go whistle' for certain sums and I don't want to bring this up again, but I have just brought this up again. I was asked my reaction to some of the very extortionate sums that I had heard in the region of 80 or 100 billion pounds (107-133 billion US dollars) and I don't want to repeat the offending phrase but 'go whistle' seems to me to be an appropriate reaction to that kind of money."