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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Judges ruled that the activists did not commit a crime by producing and distributing images of the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus with rainbow halos.
The German statistics office said exports from Germany to the UK fell by almost a third in January, pointing to Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic as key drivers of the biggest slump since the 2009 financial crisis.
The ruling underlines the ongoing rift between the EU institutions and the Polish government over the rule of law. Critics say the way judges are appointed has become a tool to politicize the judiciary.
UK loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have reportedly told the British prime minister that they are withdrawing support for the 1998 Belfast Agreement. The development raises fears of renewed violence.
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