for the meeting of May has mr Leo Varadkar met representatives of the northern ireland party, the DUP, a close ally of Theresa May and a fierce opponent of the so-called backstoplösningen to avoid a hard line between Ireland and the brittiskkontrollerade northern Ireland.
the Talks with the DUP have shown that "there is more that unites than divides us when it comes to brexit," said mr Leo Varadkar.
Belfast, northern Ireland to discuss both Brexit and the local crisis in government that has lasted since the spring of 2017.
To the newspaper the Irish Times says the irish government sources that Theresa May will then hear it as both Varadkar and the EU-leadership stubbornly repeated many times: that there will not be any renegotiation of the utträdelseavtal that has been developed.
the opposition Labour party at the same time, for their requirements on, inter alia, a customs union with the EU to support the utträdelseavtalet.
" If Theresa May says "yes, I can write under on the Labour requirements", then I believe that we can secure a majority in the parliament, says the party's finanspolitiske spokesman John McDonnell, who otherwise flying the flag for a new referendum.
– It is in the nation's interest that we unite us to secure a compromise. And we can't do it so we have to go back to the people, " says McDonnell, in a radio interview with the BBC.