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00:00:02
>> The UK's Brexit minister is pretty sure he'll secure a good deal for the country. Speaking on Sunday, David Davis says the negotiations to leave the European Union will be turbulent, but are crucial for the country.>> There will be difficulties but at the end of the operation, there is a point of common interest to both sides.
00:00:21
Where we gain by being able to exploit global markets, where they gain by having a friendly and comfortable ally, not an irritating member of the club.>> The UK's decision to leave the EU has caused division across the country. The Archbishop of Canterbury weighing in on Sunday, he wants a cross-party commission to draw much of the poison from the debate.
00:00:44
In the Mail on Sunday newspaper, Justin Welby said decisions made during negotiation would impact generations to come. And more trouble for Prime Minister Theresa May since she failed to win a party majority in June's snap election. The Sunday Times reports some leading Conservative Party members want finance minister Philip Hammond to take over.
00:01:03
It quotes some of May's top team saying he should be appointed as a caretaker prime minister until 2019, when Britain officially leaves the bloc. A spokesman from Downing Street declined to comment.