The EU is still waiting for "serious proposals" from the United Kingdom for an alternative to the Irish border backstop, the deputy PM said.
Yesterday, Mr Barnier spoke to Labour MPs Caroline Flint and Stephen Kinnock, who are key in cross-party efforts to get a deal through Parliament.
Britain is racing in direction of its October 31 departure with out an exit agreement and faces the specter of enterprise disruption that the authorities admits could well perchance also reason meals shortages and spark civil unrest.
Sources in Brussels said that in response the point was being made forcefully to the British negotiating team that all proposals would need to be made available for the EU's capitals to analyse for talks to progress.
After talks in Brussels with European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier, Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said there turned into a "shared sense of aim" to reach agreement and withhold some distance from Britain crashing out of the bloc with out a divorce deal.
"Ireland is in no doubt as to what a no deal means for us".
While in NY, the Taoiseach will also hold Brexit talks with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, as well as engaging directly with other EU Heads of State.
"There is a still a lot of work to do but there is a common goal to secure a deal", Barclay said, adding that Juncker and Johnson also both wanted a deal.
The European Commission said in a memo that Britain's plans "fall short of satisfying all the objectives" of finding an alternative to the backstop.
Boris Johnson headed off this weekend for the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations summit in NY where, despite an official focus on subjects including the environment and Iran, Brexit seems likely to yet again dominate the prime minister's agenda.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said the mood music had improved and that both sides wanted a deal but that they were not close to an agreement.
The official added: "Obviously the prime minister will be able to talk through the ideas which we have for replacing the backstop, and if the leaders are asking the prime minister questions, I'm sure he'll be very happy to talk about what our thinking is".
Pressed on whether Northern Ireland could have different European Union customs arrangements to the rest of the UK, Mr Raab said: "No, of course, that would be wrong".
During a working breakfast in the Spanish capital, the British negotiator asked, 'Why take the risk of materializing something on October 31 when we can work until December 2020?' 'Now we cannot reach an agreement if the safeguard continues, ' he said. "That is what we're fighting for here".
"Ce sera peut-être le choix du gouvernement du Royaume-Uni, mais ce ne sera jamais le choix de l'Union européenne ", a dit M. L'Elysée se disait en début de semaine dans l'attente de "propositions britanniques précises ".
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The trade union's general secretary, Manuel Cortes, called for an urgent meeting with British Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom. Thomas Cook confirmed Friday it was seeking 200 million pounds ($250 million) in extra funding to avoid a collapse.
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Brexit: 'Dose of reality needed' over new deal hopes
The backstop has been the key sticking point in the Brexit deal debate. "Now we're having detailed discussions". Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay is to hold talks with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier on Friday.