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Poland's Human Rights Chief: Theresa May Must Reassure Poles

Poland’s top official in charge of its citizens’ rights has urged the British government to confirm the status of EU migrants in the U.K. amid a spike in hate crime.   Speaking to Newsweek on a visit to Britain to investigate a rise in hate crime against Poles after the EU referendum, Adam Bodnar, Poland’s human rights ombudsman, said the government should confirm the right of EU citizens currently in Britain to stay after the country leaves the EU “as soon as possible.
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