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Liz Truss move to attend European summit feeds Brexit speculation as Micheál Martin says he believes PM wants solution

More than 40 heads of governments are invited to attend summit which is the brainchild of President Emmanuel Macron

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Liz Truss appearing on the BBC1 current affairs programme, Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, yesterday. Photo: BBC

Liz Truss appearing on the BBC1 current affairs programme, Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, yesterday. Photo: BBC

Prime Minister Liz Truss and her husband husband Hugh O'Leary at the Conservative Party annual conference in Birmingham. Photo: PA

Prime Minister Liz Truss and her husband husband Hugh O'Leary at the Conservative Party annual conference in Birmingham. Photo: PA

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Liz Truss appearing on the BBC1 current affairs programme, Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg, yesterday. Photo: BBC

The Taoiseach says he believes embattled UK prime minister Liz Truss does want to resolve the impasse over the Northern Ireland Brexit Protocol.

All eyes on the potential for real Brexit compromise negotiations opening up will focus later this week on Ms Truss’s attendance at a broader European leaders’ summit in Prague, which is set to focus on Ukraine and co-operation during the energy crisis.


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