Locked content Multi-speed Europe will lead to its end – Duda

The European Union will become less attractive to some member states if it implements a “multi-speed” strategy, and break up ultimately, President Andrzej Duda said during his speech at the Economic Forum in Krynica. “A division of the bloc into a multi-speed union will not be beneficial … pol...

Locked content Poland wants to host two London-based EU agencies

Poland has submitted a bid to move to Warsaw the seat of the European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). “The application for the location of the offices of the EBA and EMA in Poland was approved by the Council of Ministers on July 28, 2017. The offer fills out all the&...

Locked content The European Commission outlines plans for future EU budgets

Due to new challenges, including Brexit, the European Union wants to rethink how to organize future budgets. The European Commission outlined several scenarios on how it can be done. “The withdrawal of the United Kingdom will signify the loss of an important partner and contributor to the financing ...

Locked content Poland not impressed with May Brexit proposal

Polish government called the British Brexit offer to secure the rights of EU citizens residing in the UK “incomplete.” British PM Theresa May said EU citizens who had lived in Britain for five years or longer would be entitled to healthcare, education, welfare and pensions just like a UK national, b...

Locked content Number of Poles willing to work in the UK on the rise – report

According to a survey conducted by HR consultancy Work Service, 19 percent of Poles planning to move abroad to work, would move to the UK. This figure is higher by 5 percent from the last such poll conducted in November last year. “The UK has once again become the top destination among Poles looking...

Locked content Bloomberg: Poland to be Brexit’s biggest loser?

Poland might be one of the Brexit’s losers, according to Bloomberg. The UK’s exit from the EU, might hurt Polish economy directly and indirectly and cost it billion of euros. “It’s obvious that Brexit is crucially important to us,” Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymański was quoted as s...

Locked content Szydło talks Brexit with May

Polish and British PMs, Beata Szydło and Theresa May, had a phone conversation on Wednesday to discuss the Brexit negotiations. “Both prime ministers agreed in the course of the conversation that this negotiation process should be efficient and smooth, and should take place in a manner that will min...

Locked content Tusk to May: ‘We miss you already’

President of the European Council Donald Tusk, reacted to the British Prime Minister triggering of Article 50, saying that there is “no reason to pretend this is a happy day.” “We miss you already. Thank you and goodbye,” he said during a press conference in Brussels after he received the formal not...