Taoiseach optimistic on Brexit deal after meeting with Boris Johnson
The Taoiseach says he believes a Brexit deal can be done this month after meeting Boris Johnson this afternoon.
It's understood significant progress was made during a three hour meeting in the UK.
The Taoiseach wouldn't reveal details of what they discussed but said he believes it's sufficient enough to kick start further talks.
UK Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay will meet EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier tomorrow.
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