Polish Minister for European Affairs Konrad Szymański and the UK's Minister of State for Europe and the Americas Christopher Pincher met on Wednesday to discuss future cooperation, security issues and the situation of Poles in the UK and UK citizens in Poland.
In response to accusations of historical revisionism by London Mayor Sadiq Khan, the Polish Embassy in the UK retorted that among the six million Jews that died in the Holocaust, three million were Jews of Polish citizenship.
More than half a million Polish citizens living in the United Kingdom have applied for 'settled status' to enable them to remain in the country after the Brexit transition period ends, the British Home Office announced on Thursday.
Poland’s largest fish restaurant chain North Fish will open a branch in Birmingham as it gears up to go global.
Only 38 percent of Poles living in the UK have applied to stay there after Brexit while most of them are considering returning to Poland, the daily Rzeczpospolita wrote on Monday.
While the seven episode WWII mini-series by Peter Bowker includes action and historic battles, such as the Siege of Warsaw, Dunkirk, and the Battle of Britain, the focus of the story is on the characters and how their lives change against the backdrop of great human tragedy.
Three out of four companies owned or co-owned by British investors are planning to increase employment and investment outlays in Poland, according to a report on Polish-UK economic relations, prepared by consulting firm Deloitte.
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.
In ‘A Chip Shop in Poznań: My Unlikely Year in Poland’ published today, travel writer Ben Aitken presents a captivating and entertaining account of Poland, the people he meets and his experiences of getting to grips with a culture very different to his own, as well as trying to debunk media stereotypes of Poles.
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.