Tagged with "the polish vote"
  • Law_and_justice

    Poland back on her feet?

    Poland's new government is socially conservative and eurosceptic, something which makes the European elites nervous to say the least. But Poland needs a new start, and the Law and Justice Party has a massive popular mandate

    by Przemek Skwirczynski -  5 November 2015
  • Lenin_shipyard

    Poles won't strike in London, and don't feel undervalued

    Combine the media lull in the silly season with a pinch of Guardian tin pot lefty ideology and you understand what Thursday's proposed strike by Poles (against Tory and UKIP oppression!) in Britain is all about: it's about nothing; it's a hoax; there won't be a strike

    by Przemek Skwirczynski - 18 August 2015
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    Why UKIP is better for immigrants than Labour or the Tories

    The mainstream media that has portrayed UKIP as anti-immigrant has spectacularly missed the point. UKIP offers real hope to immigrants in a way that Conservatives and Labour can't understand. Whatever you have heard, many love UKIP's Euroscepticism too, and for good reason

    by Przemek Skwirczynski -  2 May 2015
  • Boris_johnson

    A short letter to Boris Johnson

    UKIP's Chairman of Friends of Poland has written an open letter to the Mayor of London, delivered last week, imploring him not to stigmatise honest, hard working Poles over welfare. The real scandal is the foreign aid budget which spends billions on people, many of whom hate Britain

    by Przemek Skwirczynski - 12 January 2014
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    Pole vote

    The Conservative Party should be courting the Eastern European vote. But not in the same way that Romney did

    by Przemek Skwirczynski -  6 August 2012


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