Some doctors in Poland are brushing up on their English skills in order to apply for jobs in the United Kingdom. For them, the ongoing saga surrounding Brexit does not appear to be a deterrent.
Britain is holding its fourth consequential nationwide vote since 2015. A fatigued electorate will consider which party would be the better steward of the health care system, the environment and, of course, Brexit.
Germany's chancellor congratulated Boris Johnson on his victory, but then warned EU leaders of a possible "economic competitor on our door" as Brexit materializes. She also defended Poland's exemption from new CO2 goals.
There are more Polish workers in Germany than the UK for the first time in over a decade. Germany is closer, pays more and is less uncertain for many, while Warsaw also wants to tempt people to come home.
Many people in Boris Johnson's constituency are mad at the prime minister, who is rarely seen in his district. Meanwhile, the Labour party is doing its best to win the seat. DW's Barbara Wesel reports from London.
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