Poland has accepted less asylum-seekers per capita than almost any other European nation
'Dear Madame Prime Minister, today I felt a prickling in my left ovary. I think I am undergoing ovulation'
The plans have been prompted by bishops from the Catholic Church
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The ruling Law and Justice party have also been accused of stifling a range of freedoms in Poland
A Polish magazine this week published a cover showing a white woman being groped on all sides by dark-skinned hands. It was a sad continuation of a familiar narrative
The Oscar-nominated film focused on the efforts of mathematician Alan Turing at Bletchley Park, but failed to acknowledge the input of Polish codebreakers before World War Two broke out
He wrote: 'If I did not have this conviction, some moral certainty of Grace, and of acting in obedience to it, I would not dare act like this'
The prison is home to some of the world's most dangerous inmates
In Birmingham, protesters held signs saying 'Trump is right'
The Polish leader has sugegsted the crash was an assassination
In May 1945, the city was little more than a smoking wasteland of rubble and despair
'Our aim is to solve these issues, our aim is not to accuse,' says Commission’s Vice President Frans Timmermans
Justice Minister breaks unwritten taboo on Nazi references in European politics by referring to Germany’s occupation of Poland
Poland has said it wants Nato to send two heavy brigades to the country in response to Russia's intervention in Ukraine