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>> 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.
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.
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.
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.