1. Hogan signals 'movement' on both sides of Brexit talks  RTE.ie
  2. Why did Leo Varadkar tell Boris Johnson that Ireland could be the UK's 'Athena'?  TheJournal.ie
  3. PM's spokesman says UK not seeking NI-only backstop  RTE.ie
  4. Boris Johnson has no regard for Ireland and not much for Britain, either  Irish Examiner
  5. Johnson can’t escape the clutches of May’s zombie Brexit deal  The Guardian
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Ireland's EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has said there is "movement" happening on both sides of the Brexit negotiations.Ireland's EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has said there is "movement" happening on both sides of the Brexit negotiations.

Hogan signals 'movement' on both sides of Brexit talks

Boris Johnson holds talks with Northern Ireland's DUP in the wake of the suspension of Parliament.Boris Johnson holds talks with Northern Ireland's DUP in the wake of the suspension of Parliament.

Brexit: PM insists deal is possible as he holds DUP talks - BBC News

The European Commission has named an outspoken critic of Brexit and Boris Johnson as its new trade chief in a move which is likely to increase tensions between Brussels and London.The European Commission has named an outspoken critic of Brexit and Boris Johnson as its new trade chief in a move which is likely to increase tensions between Brussels and London.

EU's next trade chief is Irishman Phil Hogan who accused Britain of 'wishful thinking' on Brexit | Daily Mail Online

There is no point in disguising the fact that relations between the UK and Ireland are at a low ebb and as Boris Johnson made his first visit to Dublin as Prime Minister on Monday his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar made little effort to try.There is no point in disguising the fact that relations between the UK and Ireland are at a low ebb and as Boris Johnson made his first visit to Dublin as Prime Minister on Monday his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar made little effort to try.

Analysis: Why threatening Ireland with no deal Brexit may not work

“Corbyn’s #SurrenderBill would mean more pointless brexit delay at the extra cost of £250m a week - that's enough to train 5,000 new nurses. Instead of giving our money to Brussels, we should be spending it on our priorities, like the NHS. #LeaveOct31st https://t.co/gF9FQS99pY”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Corbyn’s #SurrenderBill would mean more pointless brexit delay at the extra cost of £250m a week - that's enough to train 5,000 new nurses. Instead of giving our money to Brussels, we should be spending it on our priorities, like the NHS. #LeaveOct31st… https://t.co/V8lZnwU8kX"

“Today I visited @PimlicoPrimary. We’re investing £14 billion in primary and secondary schools to make sure every child gets the chance to shine.”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Today I visited @PimlicoPrimary. We’re investing £14 billion in primary and secondary schools to make sure every child gets the chance to shine.… https://t.co/U15Or8kVME"

“I’ll be joining @ManilaChan on @InQuestionRT from 5pm/BST to discuss today’s developments in the #Brexit, #BorisJohnson and #JeremyCorbyn Join us! https://t.co/7NdAZCzvQ3”

George Galloway on Twitter: "I’ll be joining @ManilaChan on @InQuestionRT from 5pm/BST to discuss today’s developments in the #Brexit, #BorisJohnson and #JeremyCorbyn Join us! https://t.co/7NdAZCzvQ3… https://t.co/pHO4THF5dj"

“A No Deal Brexit wouldn’t affect Boris Johnson and his wealthy friends. It's not their livelihoods on the line. https://t.co/xtQADqcp4J”

Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter: "A No Deal Brexit wouldn’t affect Boris Johnson and his wealthy friends. It's not their livelihoods on the line. https://t.co/xtQADqcp4J"

BORIS JOHNSON has been caught on camera appearing to roll his eyes in reaction to a question from...He didn't even answer the question!

Boris Johnson caught on camera ‘rolling his eyes’ at journalist’s Irish border question | The Irish Post

Boris Johnson has said that a no-deal Brexit would be a “failure” of the British and Irish governments.The British prime minister also insisted that he wanted a deal and claimed that it could be done by the next European Council summit on October 17 and 18.He was speaking yesterday before a meetingBoris Johnson has said that a no-deal Brexit would be a “failure” of the British and Irish governments. The British prime minister also insisted that he wanted a deal and claimed that it could be...

No-deal would be our failure, Johnson tells Varadkar | Ireland | The Times

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

In announcing Monday that he hopes to break the Brexit deadlock by next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to solve in a matter of weeks a puzzle that has troubled European and British specialists for more than two years. Before negotiations on Britain's departure from the European UnionIn announcing Monday that he hopes to break the Brexit deadlock by next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to solve in a matter of weeks a puzzle that has troubled European and British specialists for more than two years. Before negotiations on Britain's departure from the European Union

Irish border riddle still confounds the Brexit experts

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Irish consumer sentiment slumped in August to levels not seen in almost six years as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s determination toDUBLIN (Reuters) – Irish consumer sentiment slumped in August to levels not seen in almost six years as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s determination to

Irish consumer sentiment slumps further as no-deal Brexit risk grows | Euronews

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The leader of the Northern Irish party which backs Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government said an Irish backstop in a Brexit deal would be unacceptable but she hoped a sensible agreement could be found.The leader of the Northern Irish party which backs Prime Minister Boris Johnson&...

DUP leader Foster says Irish backstop unacceptable but wants sensible Brexit deal - Reuters

Plan under consideration would see the prime minister sending letter along with request to extend Article 50 setting out that the government does not want any delay after Oct. 31Plan under consideration would see the prime minister sending letter along with request to extend Article 50 setting out that the government does not want any delay after Oct. 31

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson reportedly planning to legally stop Brexit extension | The Province

Plan under consideration would see the prime minister sending letter along with request to extend Article 50 setting out that the government does not want any delay after Oct. 31Plan under consideration would see the prime minister sending letter along with request to extend Article 50 setting out that the government does not want any delay after Oct. 31

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson reportedly planning to legally stop Brexit extension | The Province

BORIS Johnson has infuriated Remainers by shutting down Parliament for five weeks but now faces a battle for Brexit. The PM has flown home from meeting Leo Varadkar in Dublin this afternoon before …

What the next steps are for Boris Johnson and Brexit with the PM set to shut Parliament down tonight

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman crossed the wires in the last minutes saying that the PM at today's cabinet meeting updated minister British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman crossed the wires in the last minutes saying that the PM at today's cabinet meeting updated minister

UK PM Johnson spokesman: We are not seeking a Northern Ireland-only backstop

Headline Boris Johnson has no regard for Ireland and not much for Britain, eitherWe're getting good, aren’t we, at ushering unwelcome politicians out the door.

Boris Johnson has no regard for Ireland and not much for Britain, either