Officials said “the biggest problem is the chaotic political situation in the UK government”.
The Government is keen for talks to move on to the second phase of negotiations – that will cover trade – as quickly as possible.
The report is believed to have been based on meetings between senior Irish diplomatic figures and Government officials across Europe and Japan.
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According to RTE, several EU ministers are pessimistic and scornful of the UK Government’s negotiating position.
One of the claims made is that at a meeting between Brexit Secretary David Davis and French ministers for Defence and European Affairs, Mr Davis barely mentioned Brexit at all.
A British judge in the European Court of justice is also said to have lashed out about “the quality of politicians in Westminster” at a meeting in Luxembourg.
The report also apparently outline how many senior figures warn that Britain will leave the EU without a deal in place.
Chancellor Philip Hammond pledged another £3bn for Brexit preparations in yesterday’s Budget.
He said: “We are determined to ensure that the country is prepared for every possible outcome.”