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that should be foremost on the outside of the tin that holds the E.U. rules.
When the United Kingdom joined some forty years ago, we were joining the common market, once in, it got more and more involved, untill we came to understand, we no longer wanted to be involved.
Poland is on an outward course, it is diverging from E.U. norms.
All I am suggesting, is that after being controlled by Germany, they were then controlled by Russia.
Perhaps, they should not have joined the E.U.?