EU Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday morning that "the United Kingdom has still not come forward with a workable, realistic proposal" but tempered that by saying that "even the slight chance (that a deal can be struck) must be used".
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar said Thursday they could see a "pathway" to reaching a Brexit deal after meeting for last-ditch talks, but remained cautious with just days left to strike an agreement.
Kate Garraway, 52, was joined by her Good Morning Britain co-host Ben Shephard, 44, to present the show today and the pair interviewed Gavin Williamson, 43, in light of the Brexit deadline looming and what deal the Prime Minister has on the table.
Britain's Northern Ireland minister said that no single party in Northern Ireland would be given a veto in any Brexit deal, but that an agreement was now "a distinct possibility".
Speaking to reporters at the airport, Varadkar later said the meeting was "very positive", suggesting it would be a "short pathway, rather than a long one".
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The main sticking point in the divorce deal is how to keep open the border between the British province of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic, a member of the EU.
Tusk said "there is no guarantee of success and the time is practically up" but insisted both sides should use every opportunity available ahead of Britain's scheduled October 31 departure date.
Chances for an amicable split British split from the European Union slightly improved on Friday.
"A no-deal Brexit will never be the choice of the EU", Tusk said.
One way to do that could be to extend the October 31 deadline so that negotiators have more time to work things out in legally-binding detail.
"I have a fundamental question: why give more time". "If there is a will, there is a way" she said. If it is time for the sake of time?