Around 900,000 Poles live in Britain. Post-Brexit, many are now thinking about leaving the island nation. Their home country would greet the returnees with open arms, since the influx of qualified labor could seriously boost the Polish economy.
Brexiteers hailed the decision to reintroduce the pre-1988 dark blue passport as symbolic of Britain's newly regained sovereignty. The EU doesn't require member countries to issue passports of any particular color.
The Anglo-Dutch company will scrap its London corporate headquarters and make Rotterdam its sole legal home. The move is seen as a blow to efforts to keep post-Brexit investment in the country.
On the long shadow of Donald Trump, Brexit in cherry picking mode, the sinister absence of Boris, a trip to the North for Michel Barnier and another bit of nostalgia.
The two countries have moved to prevent the UK government from launching a power grab when Britain leaves the European Union. New legislation will be introduced to enshrine EU laws on fishing and farming if required.
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