Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar crossed the wires in the last minutes, reiterating that their focus is now on Brussels. "Possible talks may now enter a tunnel," Varadkar added and told reporters that he is expecting the United Kingdom (UK) to make more detailed proposals.
On Thursday, following his meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Varadkar told reporters that it was possible to come to an agreement before the end of October to help the GBP gain traction.
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