Locked content Poland threatens not to sign the Rome declaration

Poland won’t adopt the Rome declaration if it won’t address certain issues. “If the declaration does not include the issues which are priorities for Poland, we will not accept the declaration,” Polish PM Beata Szydło said in an interview with TVN24. “The unity of the EU, defense of a tight NAT...
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Tusk: I will present Brexit guidelines within 48 hours

After British PM Theresa May announced that she will trigger Article 50 on March 29, which will start the two-year long process of the UK leaving the European Union. European Council President Donald Tusk said that he will present necessary guidelines within the next two following days. “Within 48 h...

Locked content UK currently has no plans to tax EU employees

British immigration minister Robert Goodwill said at a House of Lords sitting on Wednesday that a post-Brexit levy on all EU employees of £1,000 a year would “be helpful to British workers who feel they are overlooked” in favour of migrants, Forbes reported. However, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spo...

Locked content Polish Minister points out the UK’s financial commitments

Konrad Szymański, Poland’s Minister for European Affairs, has called on the UK to continue to hand over its taxpayer’s cash to the EU, even after Britain has left the Union, according to a report on Friday in the British paper, The Daily Express. He was referring to EU countries’ commitments during ...
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Goodbye and good luck

After being a member of the European Union for 43 years, the United Kingdom has decided that it would be better off on its own. WBJ Observer investigates how the unprecedented move by the British will impact Poland

Locked content Will Warsaw become the new financial capital after Brexit?

The large-scale migration of Poles to Britain may have contributed to the Brexit vote. But with the UK’s pending departure from the EU, London is set to lose its lustre. So which city will take over as the new financial capital of Europe? Frankfurt, Dublin, and Amsterdam have the greatest chan...

Locked content Hard Brexit could cost up to £66 bln a year: Times

The British treasury could lose between £38 and £66 billion a year for 15 years if Britain leaves the EU without negotiating a new trade agreement, according to documents prepared by the Ministry of Finance, which were obtained by The Times newspaper. According to analysis published on Tuesday, the ...

Locked content Poles will be able to stay in Britain after Brexit: Daily Telegraph

All EU citizens living in the United Kingdom will probably be allowed to stay on after the country leaves the EU, reports the Daily Telegraph, based on information from the British Home Office. According to Home Office research, over 80 percent of the 3.6 million EU citizens living in the UK will ha...