With Brexit negotiations on the horizon, some 900,000 Polish citizens who have made a home for themselves in the UK face prejudice and an uncertain future. Many are planning to return to Poland, where employment opportunities are waiting for them.
Prosecutors have opened a probe into expressions of racism at a far-right march in Warsaw earlier this month. Some fear the surge in support for the far-right shows that their ideas are seeping into mainstream discourse.
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has accused European Council President Donald Tusk of using his position to attack Poland. Her remarks come after Tusk suggested her government was following a "Kremlin plan."
Negotiations for the first post-Brexit EU budget will start in 2018. Germany will be the biggest contributor to the budget. Will it use its leverage to make recalcitrant member states like Poland behave differently?
In a Brexit-related move, officials have decided where to relocate the European Medicines Agency, the EU's drug agency. The decision, plus the relocation of the EBA banking agency, will affect many UK-based employees.
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