1. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and Prime Minister of New Zealand Bill English walking towards 10 Downing Street, zoom into photo op in front of door, leaders entering building, pull out to wide
2. May and English approaching podium for joint news conference
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, Britain's Prime Minister:
"As the UK leaves the EU and forges a new role in the world, we want to strengthen relations with partners like New Zealand. So today we've talked about Brexit and the opportunity it presents to deepen our bilateral ties, increasing our trade relationship and continuing our close security cooperation. I'd like to say a few words on each."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Bill English, Prime Minister of New Zealand:
"Our relationship will remain strong once the UK leaves the European Union, and it will continue to forge our ties. We are here to work with both the UK and the EU and we are ready to negotiate a high quality Free Trade Agreement with the UK when it is in the position to do so. We already have a strong and diversified trade and relationship with the UK and a Free Trade Agreement will build on that."