The EU Council President says he's received "promising signals" from the Taoiseach that a Brexit deal is still possible.
Donald Tusk says there is still hope after Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar yesterday declared they could "see a pathway" to a possible agreement.
This morning, the UK's Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay met the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels.
There are 20 days until Brexit, but just eight before Boris Johnson will be forced to ask for a delay if he hasn't secured a deal.
Leo Varadkar says he anticipates U.K. will table more detailed proposals that could lead to talks entering ‘the tunnel’. Says focus has very much shifted to Brussels and ‘the less said the better’ pic.twitter.com/imeg6Y8YVV
— Seán Defoe (@SeanDefoe) October 11, 2019
Speaking this morning, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar sad he expects the UK will table more detailed Brexit proposals after further meetings in Brussels.
He hopes thie morning's meeting between Stephen Barclay and Michel Barnier will lead to more in depth negotiations:
"I'd anticipate that that will lead to some more detailed proposals being laid down and then the possibility for talks to enter the proverbial tunnel".