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Radosław Sikorski, Oxford educated Polish Foreign Affairs Minister


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If Britain gets our taxpayers, shouldn’t it also pay their benefits? Why should Polish taxpayers subsidize British taxpayers’ children?

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4 Responses

  1. Smart… It should apply to non-EU taxpayers who have ‘no recourse to public funds’ too!

  2. Because Mr. Sikorski’s country has failed to create an economic environment where its people want to stay in Poland. In any case, substantial sums are going back to Poland anyway through remittances.

    1. I completely agree. Britain gets Polish taxpayers because Britain has provided an environment to them which is conducive to their economic ambition.