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What would Brexit mean for Poland?

It would find it much harder to resist pressure from Brussels

British Prime Minister David Cameron, right, shakes hands with his Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo, after arriving for talks in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 ©Alik Keplicz/AP/Press Association Images

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For the last nine years Polish and British experts, officials and politicians have met in Krakow annually to discuss their countries’ visions for Europe. In 2013, Timothy Garton Ash, the inspiration behind these Polish British…

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