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Boris Johnson meets Varadkar as suspension of parliament is ruled unlawful
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said he would "absolutely not" join calls on Mr Johnson to resign. "Whoever is prime minister of the United Kingdom is somebody we're going to work with. It's not for us to decide who the prime minister of the UK is," he said.

Mr Varadkar, who is in New York for the UN General Assembly meeting, said he still intended to meet Mr Johnson there today as planned.

As the two began their meeting, Mr Varadkar said he was keen for the UK to leave the EU in an orderly fashion, while Mr Johnson said: "We remain cautiously optimistic, but still cautious" about reaching a Brexit deal.

Afterwards, Mr Varadkar said the two "got into some more details" in the meeting but stressed: "No agreements by any means."

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