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Poland's deputy PM discusses Brexit on British TV

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Roberto Galea 29.01.2017 18:32
Brexit negotiations between the UK and the European Union could take up to four years, said Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland’s Development and Finance Minister on British Sky News.
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“It will last longer than two years, it's so difficult [a] process that unless the two parties find a new way of sorting out the bone of contention which is the free movement of people and the single European market, I think this can last for three or four years,” Morawiecki said.

He also addressed Poles living in the UK, saying: “I would like to invite them back to Poland. I think there is such a low level of unemployment, and we have prepared a responsible development plan which entails lots of new investment and re-industrialisation... and we have also changed lots of our social systems so they are beneficial for young couples with children.”

Morawiecki added:“So all the young couples with children, please come back to us. I think it would be good for Poland and not bad for the UK.”


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