May is said to seek legally binding changes to withdrawal agreement in meeting with Ireland's Varadkar
UK government spokeswoman comments ahead of their meet
- May's dinner with Varadkar is to build on Brussels talk
- British government is making sensible preparations for all Brexit eventualities
May is headed to Dublin today for talks with Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar but if this is the way they're going to approach it then there isn't going to be anything we don't already know. The Irish is going to just shoot down any suggestions to reopen the withdrawal agreement or to make changes to the backstop, so there's the entire meeting summary for you.