1. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowksi, British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Polish Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz walk in (in that order) and take their place at lecterns
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, British Foreign Secretary:
"I just really want to repeat the assurances that I gave just now which the Prime Minister has given, I think that the offer that we have made is one that we think has given some momentum to the talks going on in Brussels. And, you know, I just wanted to reconfirm what we have said. The rights of all EU citizens here in this country, of course including the one million Poles, will be protected and enshrined in UK law. And I think it's very important to understand that our courts, which are very fair and indeed very progressive when it comes to questions about family reunion and other such matters, they will have regard not only to the treaty of withdrawal or whatever it is going to be, but of course they will also have regard specifically to the jurisprudence of the of the European Court of Justice which is itself a fairly progressive body of jurisprudence as you all know."
3. Wide of news conference as journalist asks questions
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, British Foreign Secretary:
"Just to extract some of the urgency from your question and turn it around, if I may, to our friends and partners on the other side of the channel and say well we've made an offer we've set out what we think is some pretty convincing ideas on citizenship, on money. We've made clear our unconditional commitment to the defence and security of our friends and partners in the EU. We've made great progress on rights and privileges and on the Northern Irish border question. Let's now get on with it to the next phase. I think that's what we're saying and so if I'm...respectfully say some of the urgency that you direct at me I would, if I may, radiate it backwards, off, ricochet it if I can to our friends and partners in Brussels."
5. Zoom from wide of news conference to Boris Johnson at lectern
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Fallon, Defence Secretary:
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"On the drone strike, I'm not going to comment on the specific strike reported today. However, I can confirm that if you are a British national in Iraq or Syria and if you have chosen to fight for Daesh (Islamic State group), an illegal organisation that is preparing and inspiring terror attacks on our streets, then you've made yourself a legitimate target. And you run the risk every hour of every day of being on the wrong end of an RAF (Royal Air Force) or United States missile."
7. News conference finishing with minister leaving
The foreign and defence ministers of Great Britain and Poland met in London today to discuss, among other things, the rights of Polish citizens currently living in the UK.
Addressing the press, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that the rights of Polish, and EU, citizens would be "protected and enshrined in UK law".
Johnson also added that it was now the time for "friends and partners in Brussels" to make progress on Brexit talks and "get on with it".
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon refused to comment on an alleged drone strike which reportedly killed a British Islamic State group recruiter on Thursday.
He did add, however, that anyone who chooses to fight for the militant group is making themselves "a legitimate target" and risks "being on the wrong end of an RAF (Royal Air Force) or United States missile".