With 850,000 Polish nationals in the UK, Poland's govnerment has made clear it regards the issue as a 'red line'
The scheme has been used by the likes of Germany, Canada and Turkey
The police allegedly told the man not to expect the same treatment of 'white and brown' people in Poland as in the UK
Members of a Catholic organization tried to stop theater-goers from seeing "Death and the Maiden" The Polski Theater in Wroclaw
'The problems of the region cannot be resolved without a solution that can be accepted by everyone living inside Syria'
Poland, Slovakia and Angela Merkel’s Bavarian allies have all questioned Europe’s intake of refugees in the wake of the Paris attacks
Konrad Szymanski, Poland’s incoming European affairs minister, said his government did not agree with Poland’s commitment to accept its share of an EU-wide relocation of migrants
Sportswear brands are slowly revealing what Europe's top football nations will be wearing at Euro 2016
A more conservative and nationalist government in Poland will make life more difficult for Cameron than before
The election authority is expected to announce on Tuesday how many seats the parties get in parliament
As disused buildings and scruffy areas are transformed, the city is buzzing with creativity
The Prime Minister has conceded defeat
Veterans Andrew Borowiec and Ted Stopczynski were part of the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazis
All children in England are taught about the Holocaust. But when teachers and pupils get the chance to see Auschwitz for themselves, the impact in the classroom is huge, discovers Sarah Cassidy
Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper have claimed the army is not digging deep enough to uncover the train
Ever wonder why you pay so much rent for accommodation in London? Think you have a long and challenging commute in the morning on top of this too? Think again.