Writer Maja Wolny’s latest novel ‘Jasność makes for an unsettling read as she grapples with Brexit and climate change.
Speaking at the salon of the Rzeczpospolita daily at the 29th Economic Forum in Krynica, south Poland, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said a hard Brexit, if happened, would be a risk for enterprises, especially in the production sector.
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.
Top chef Damian Warzyniak whose House of Feasts restaurant in Peterborough has appeared in the Michelin Guide and who has also cooked for the Royal Family was told by the British Home Office that he only qualified for pre-Settled Status, which is generally for EU nationals who have not lived in the UK continuously for five years.
According to data published on Thursday, Poles, who are the largest national minority in the country, are the group which is slowest in registering, as only 17 percent have done so (154,000 out of the estimated 905,000 people).
French-Dutch company Gemalto, which has a factory in Tczew where electronic components that go into modern documents including e-passports are produced, won the £260 million contract.
At their Wednesday summit in Brussels, EU leaders observed a minute's silence to commemorate the victims of the 2010 Polish presidential plane crash near Smolensk in western Russia that took the lives of the presidential couple and a range of top officials.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański said in Luxembourg on Tuesday that a Brexit delay until June 30 would mean the necessity for the UK to conduct European elections, while the further postponement would demand clear rules of cooperation.
Poland is open to any requests to extend Great Britain's leaving date from the EU, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said after a meeting with the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, in Warsaw on Friday.
Summing up a two-day EU summit's provisions for Brexit, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday he had proposed a formula thanks to which London would not be "put up against a wall." "We're trying to give the British room for manoeuvre," he said.