Despite the U.K. government’s pledge to crack down on illegal immigration, including the announcement of the Rwanda resettlement scheme, migrants continue to embark on England’s southern shore in their hundreds
Jakub Maciejewski, the war correspondent in the Donbas for portal wPolityce.pl, writes that the scale of the destruction of Ukraine is such that Poland, if it is to be a key player in the post-war process, must have a strategy in place to handle the reconstruction process
Polish historian Prof. Andrzej Nowak argues that history is the key to understanding how Russians think, and that both the West and the previous Polish government led by Donald Tusk, erred badly in handling Russia
In an exclusive interview, Spanish lawyer Polonia Castellanos explains why a child protection law like the one in Hungary is very much needed elsewhere in Europe, even if it means having to support unlawful sanctions from Brussels. “As a mother, if I have to choose between my children being indoctrinated or the EU sanctioning my country, I would prefer a sanction on my country,” she says
In an exclusive interview, esteemed academic Dr. David Engels speaks to Remix News about the current state of play across the European political landscape, offering his thoughts on the long-lasting effect of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the political consequences this may have for Europe, and the continuing role of Christianity across the continent
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