3. Letters reading Sinn Fein on exterior of building
4. Banner on wall calling for Irish unification
5. Sinn Fein deputy leader Michelle O'Neill approaching microphones
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein Deputy Leader:
"It clearly again demonstrates that this British government has lost control of its own agenda. It is a constitutional crisis - we've been saying that for some time - and I believe this is another one of those meltdown moments for this British government. All the while while that mess continues, while that chaos continues, while the Tory party fight internally, what we have here is a situation where the people did not vote for Brexit. There is not one good, positive thing to point to in terms of this Brexit agenda. It's reckless, it's catastrophic for our people and our industries."
7. Cutaway of cameraman
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein Deputy Leader:
"So we are 37 days out from the Brexit deadline, the 'do-or-die' agenda of Boris Johnson. But at the end of the day, the people here need a deal, the agri-food industry needs a deal, the services sector needs a deal, manufacturing needs a deal. So I believe on the back of this ruling today and all of that mess that dominates the British political landscape for the last two and a half years, Boris Johnson should go. Boris Johnson should resign. Boris Johnson is not in command of his own agenda. What I'm interested in is standing up for the interests of people who live here in this island, and what I'm interested in is standing very firm against the reckless Tory-DUP Brexit agenda."
The deputy leader of the Irish Republican party, Sinn Fein, has called on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign following a court ruling by the Supreme Court on Tuesday that his decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks in the crucial countdown to the country's Brexit deadline was illegal.
"I believe on the back of this ruling today and all of that mess that dominates the British political landscape for the last two and a half years, Boris Johnson should go. Boris Johnson should resign. Boris Johnson is not in command of his own agenda," Michelle O'Neill said.
The unanimous, strongly worded Supreme Court judgment declared the order to suspend Parliament "void and of no effect."
The court found that Johnson acted to limit debate on Britain's impending departure from the European Union in violation of Parliament's constitutional role.
Downing Street said on Tuesday that Johnson, who is in New York to attend a UN summit, will not resign as prime minister in the wake of the ruling.