IRISH leader Leo Varadkar has told Boris Johnson a new Brexit deal IS possible after the PM arrived in Dublin for crunch talks.
Boris was given a boost as the pair held their first face-to-face meeting since he became PM in July.
Varadkar said the PM had a “herculean” task on his hands but was “looking forward” to their Brexit talks today.
The Irish PM invited bORIS to Dublin two months – ago but instead BoJo chose to stay in London.
The pair have spoken over the phone twice but the backstop the main stumbling block in their negotiations.
Boris has refused to broker a deal with Brussels unless the hated backstop is ditched from any Withdrawal Agreement.
He has warned Dublin and Brussels that Britain will be leaving the bloc “do or die” by October 31.
Last week the PM said he would rather be “dead in a ditch” than go begging to EU chiefs for an extension.
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