1. What could happen next in Brexit battle?  RTE.ie
  2. Talks for eleventh-hour Brexit deal in tatters as insults flew between European Union leaders and Britain  The Irish Sun
  3. Brexit: Difficult to get deal by deadline - Varadkar  BBC News
  4. Gove: 'We ARE prepared to leave with no deal on the 31st'  The Sun
  5. Boris Johnson to meet Leo Varadkar in Dublin to keep Brexit deal alive  Daily Mail
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With Brexit talks appearing to be at an impasse as the withdrawal deadline looms, here is a look at what could happen next in the UK's roller-coaster relationship with the EU.With Brexit talks appearing to be at an impasse as the withdrawal deadline looms, here is a look at what could happen next in the UK's roller-coaster relationship with the EU.

What could happen next in Brexit battle?

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is said to have clashed with the German Chancellor over Northern Ireland’s future in a blunt phone call early yesterday.NEGOTIATIONS for an eleventh-hour Brexit deal were in tatters last night as insults flew between European Union leaders and Britain angrily hit out at Angela Merkel. And Taoiseach Leo ­Varadkar rev…

Talks for eleventh-hour Brexit deal in tatters as insults flew between European Union leaders and Britain angrily hit out at Angela Merkel

Leo Varadkar says he will work until the "very last moment" for an agreement but "not at any cost".Leo Varadkar says he will work until the "very last moment" for an agreement but "not at any cost".

Brexit: Difficult to get deal by deadline - Varadkar - BBC News

“.@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?”

Donald Tusk on Twitter: ".@BorisJohnson, what’s at stake is not winning some stupid blame game. At stake is the future of Europe and the UK as well as the security and interests of our people. You don’t want a deal, you don’t want an extension, you don’t want to revoke, quo vadis?"

“I am clear that any threat on withdrawing security cooperation with Ireland is unacceptable. This is not in the interest of NI or the Union.”

Julian Smith MP on Twitter: "I am clear that any threat on withdrawing security cooperation with Ireland is unacceptable. This is not in the interest of NI or the Union."

“Hard to disagree - reflects the frustration across EU and the enormity of what’s at stake for us all. We remain open to finalize a fair #Brexit deal but need a UK Govt willing to work with EU to get it done. https://t.co/5tUvb6m2K4”

Simon Coveney on Twitter: "Hard to disagree - reflects the frustration across EU and the enormity of what’s at stake for us all. We remain open to finalize a fair #Brexit deal but need a UK Govt willing to work with EU to get it done.… https://t.co/Vhj7zHl5ed"

“We’re investing in #OurNHS to make sure that frontline services get the vital funding they need so that they can continue to be there for you and your family.”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We’re investing in #OurNHS to make sure that frontline services get the vital funding they need so that they can continue to be there for you and your family.… https://t.co/uNLcRQ2KP2"

He plans to visit Irish leader Leo Varadkar in a bid to convince the premier to hammer out  viable deal, after they had a 'constructive' lengthy telephone call this afternoon.He plans to visit Irish leader Leo Varadkar in a bid to convince the premier to hammer out  viable deal, after they had a 'constructive' lengthy telephone call this afternoon.

Boris Johnson to meet Leo Varadkar in Dublin to keep Brexit deal alive | Daily Mail Online

While the move could technically be voted down by MPs, Downing Street thinks the chances of that happening are slim.While the move could technically be voted down by MPs, Downing Street thinks the chances of that happening are slim.

Parliament set for historic Saturday sitting on 19 October to discuss Brexit | Politics News | Sky News

BORIS JOHNSON has received backing from Express.co.uk readers for his tough approach to EU negotiations.BORIS JOHNSON has received backing from Express.co.uk readers for his tough approach to EU negotiations.

Boris Johnson ‘right to fight our corner’ and threaten EU with tough Brexit approach -poll | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

Donald Tusk has slammed Boris Johnson for risking the futures of the EU and the UK by playing a 'stupid blame game' in Brexit talks.Donald Tusk has slammed Boris Johnson for risking the futures of the EU and the UK by playing a 'stupid blame game' in Brexit talks.

Donald Tusk Slams Boris Johnson For Playing 'Stupid Blame Game'

Donald Tusk has slammed Boris Johnson for risking the futures of the EU and the UK by playing a 'stupid blame game' in Brexit talks.Donald Tusk has slammed Boris Johnson for risking the futures of the EU and the UK by playing a 'stupid blame game' in Brexit talks.

Donald Tusk Slams Boris Johnson For Playing 'Stupid Blame Game'

Sources claim a Brexit deal is 'essentially impossible' following a frank conversation between Johnson and Angela Merkel on Tuesday morningSources claim a Brexit deal is 'essentially impossible' following a frank conversation between Johnson and Angela Merkel on Tuesday morning

Brexit Deal Unlikely After Angela Merkel Rejects Johnson's Plan

Sources claim a Brexit deal is 'essentially impossible' following a frank conversation between Johnson and Angela Merkel on Tuesday morningSources claim a Brexit deal is 'essentially impossible' following a frank conversation between Johnson and Angela Merkel on Tuesday morning

Brexit Deal Unlikely After Angela Merkel Rejects Johnson's Plan

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Boris Johnson’s claim that he will never write to the EU to request a Brexit delay is little more than theatre and should not be taken seriously, a court has ruled.A judge has dismissed an attempt to force the prime minister to ask for an extension, saying he has already promised the court “unequivoBoris Johnson’s claim that he will never write to the EU to request a Brexit delay is little more than theatre and should not be taken seriously, a court has ruled. A judge has dismissed an attempt...

Boris Johnson pledge to leave EU ‘no ifs or buts’ is not serious, judge assures court | News | The Times

Many in Britain are hoping an election will break a political deadlock, but a vote carries risks that no one is openly acknowledging.Many in Britain are hoping an election will break a political deadlock, but a vote carries risks that no one is openly acknowledging.

An Election Won't End the Brexit Crisis - The Atlantic

Markets price in increasing likelihood of no-deal exit from EUMarkets price in increasing likelihood of no-deal exit from EU

Sterling sinks as Merkel downbeat on Brexit deal outlook - The National

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing a new rebellion from his cabinet over concerns of a no-deal Brexit, The Times newspaper reported on WBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing a new rebellion from his cabinet over concerns of a no-deal Brexit, The Times newspaper reported on W

British PM Johnson facing a new rebellion from his cabinet - The Times