Poland is waiting for constructive Brexit proposals- PM

"I agree with Michel Barnier (EU's chief Brexit negotiator - PAP) that the lack of an agreement is the worst scenario but, we, as the European Union, must be prepared for it. We need creativity and unity," the PM wrote. /Twitter

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki tweeted on Friday that the next two months will be decisive for Brexit, and that the Polish government is waiting for constructive and realistic proposals from London.

"I agree with Michel Barnier (EU's chief Brexit negotiator - PAP) that the lack of an agreement is the worst scenario but, we, as the European Union, must be prepared for it. We need creativity and unity," the PM wrote.

On Wednesday, British Queen Elizabeth II approved the government's motion to suspend Parliament.

According to the resolution, parliament will be able to interrupt its sessions on September 9 at the earliest, and on September 12 at the latest, and resume it only after a speech from the throne by Queen Elizabeth II presenting the government's plans on October 14, two weeks before the planned Brexit.

The voting on the government's proposals and its strategy for Brexit would most likely take place on October 21-22, shortly after the last EU summit before Brexit, scheduled for October 31. This would also give the prime minister and the House of Commons a chance to adopt an agreement with EU at the last possible moment.