1. Man with EU flag walking past Houses of Parliament
2. Pan of crowd to media on College Green
3. UK Independence Party supporter waving flag
4. Media on green
5. Set up of Lord Norman Lamont, Former Conservative Chancellor, 'Leave' campaigner
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Lord Norman Lamont, Former Conservative Chancellor, 'Leave' campaigner:
"Well I don't think it (financial instability) will be permanent. We expected a short term, immediate reaction. It had been so much talked about that actually it would be amazing if there wasn't a short term reaction. We have been told almost by the government and the banks that this would be. So it's natural that there would be a short term reaction but I think the medium term outlook for the country is good."
"In terms of Northern Ireland, the government remains absolutely committed to the Belfast Agreement and the devolved institutions that it created and nothing in this Brexit vote yesterday has any impact on that. Those institutions will be not in any way be undermined by an exit from the European Union."
"I wish he (David Cameron) hadn't (resigned). I will be very honest about that. I'm his biggest fan. He has been incredibly good to me. I've been part of his top team for over a decade and he has been a great Prime Minister and he will be much missed. He leaves a huge legacy in terms or economic reform, revival of the economy, rescuing it from the remains left by Labour, courageous reform of welfare, revolutionising the way schools in England are run, massive support for the NHS and he has been such a huge asset to this country and to the Conservative party."
11. Set up shot of Yvette Cooper, Labour MP, Remain campaign
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Yvette Cooper, Labour MP, 'Remain' campaigner:
"Obviously I think we are now in quite dangerous waters for Britain and its really important that everybody now pulls together top make this work. I was obviously really disappointed by the result but its going to be important now that everybody works for some stability and the markets, that we get the best possible deal in the negotiation and that there is some sober reflection on the situation we are in."
UK politicians from both sides of the UK referendum debate continued to react on Friday to the decision of UK voters to leave the European Union.
Norman Lamont, a prominent 'Leave' campaigner and an ex-chancellor of the exchequer, said that despite turbulence in the markets in the short term, he believed the UK economy's "medium term outlook" was good.
Also a 'Leave' campaigner, the secretary of state for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers reacted to calls by Northern Ireland's deputy first minister Martin McGuinness for a 'border poll' referendum that would open the door to possible unification with the Republic of Ireland.
"In terms of Northern Ireland, the government remains absolutely committed to the Belfast Agreement and the devolved institutions that it created and nothing in this 'Brexit' vote yesterday has any impact on that", she said.
Labour MP and 'Remain' campaigner Yvette Cooper admitted disappointment over the result but said that it was important that Britain got "the best possible deal in the negotiation and that there is some sober reflection on the situation we are in."