The number of Polish citizens living in the United Kingdom fell by 85,000 in the first half of 2020, and is a record low since the UK opened its labour market to EU citizens, according to the UK stats office.
Studies found that Poles spent 3.5 billion PLN on wine and recorded its highest ever number of officially registered vineyards, totalling just shy of 300; a ten-fold increase in a decade.
Every second person plans to spend most of their Christmas budget on gifts despite the presence of the virus, according to the results of a new survey.
More than 773,000 Poles had applied for permanent residency in the United Kingdom by September 30, according to information from the UK’s Home Office.
In all, 46 percent of respondents to a CBOS poll believe that abortion should not be allowed when Down Syndrome is detected during pregnancy, while 38 percent believe that it should be permitted.
The Global Compass 2020 report published by Wine Intelligence says that growing wages, a stronger currency and an improved labour market are some of the factors behind the country being upgraded from an Emerging to a Growth wine market.
According to a new report by food delivery platform UberEats, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has seen a change in eating trends, with one quarter of Poles deciding to limit meat in their diet.
The majority of Poles has a dim view of the role the Catholic Church plays in public life, according to a new survey.
While some EU countries consider Poland ‘safe’ others do not which has caused confusion over varying travel bans and quarantine measures.
The majority of Poles support the idea of constructing emergency hospitals to help deal with the growing number of COVID-19 patients, according to an opinion poll.