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.
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Rents remain stubbornly high for many people in Poland, a lot of whom voted for promises on the issue made by the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party.
They call themselves the "Polish Grannies," but instead of crocheting, they're demonstrating for a free press, the rule of law, and carrying rainbow flags while they do it. And that hasn't made them a hit with everyone.
The former British premier has faced questions over his links to the now collapsed Greensill Capital firm amid accusations he used his personal contacts to gain access to senior government officials.
In recent years, Polish towns have drawn international condemnation for passing charters denouncing LGBT+ ideology. Now, a UK campaign is pushing back.
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