Boris Johnson, UK minister makes unilateral promise to Polish expats

Boris Johnson, UK minister makes unilateral promise to Polish expats

The British Foreign Affairs Minister Boris Johnson has told Polish citizens living in the UK “your rights will be protected whatever happens” after Brexit. This statement actually extended to the rights of EU citizens resident in Britain “will be protected whatever happens” in Brexit negotiations, Boris Johnson has pledged.

Mr Johnson made his remarks in an address to the Belvedere Forum on Polish-UK relations.

He said: “We have 30,000 businesses in this country that are Polish. We have one million Poles in Britain. We are thoroughly blessed, we are lucky”…

“Yes. You are recording this? Your rights will be protected whatever happens and we will make sure we continue to be open and welcoming to those from Poland who want come and make their lives here in this country, because it’s been a fantastic thing for Britain.”

Well let’s see what happens for all EU citizens alike during the twists and turns of the Brexit discussions and negotiations.


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