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The Sun is reporting that Jean Claude Juncker, who is soon to be replaced as the President of the EU Commission by Ursula vin der Leyen, is saying that "We can have a deal" and "Brexit will happen".
But the report goes on to say that, although the UK government has lodged proposals with Brussels, Juncker has not yet read them. So you do have to wonder where this change of heart came from, don't you.
Especially as the Irish deputy PM, Simon Coveney, is warning of the still wide gap between the UK and EU on any new Brexit deal.
With the Mirror reporting that while Boris was saying "I don't want to exaggerate the progress that we are making, but we are making progress", Coveney was saying that "people should not be taken in" by the current talks.
"Deputy PM Simon Coveney attacked "spin", said "we're not close to that deal right now" and even warned of "civil unrest" just hours after EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker said it can be done." Reported the Mirror and also quoted Coveney as saying that Ireland could become 'collateral damage'.
And here was me thinking the EU27 were all as one. Well I never.
The news has though stabilised the currency markets with the pound recovering little of its recently lost ground.
Now there are worries in the Labour party that some of its MPs may be tempted to vote for a Boris Johnson deal.