The Polish Parliament and the Scrutiny of Brexit in Poland

@article{BoroskaHryniewiecka2019ThePP,
  title={The Polish Parliament and the Scrutiny of Brexit in Poland},
  author={Karolina Borońska-Hryniewiecka},
  journal={European Administrative Governance},
  year={2019}
}
Poland faces with Brexit the loss of one of its most important political and economic partners in the European Union (EU). Poland has had a trade surplus in goods and services with the United Kingdom (UK), with the latter also being the top destination of Polish emigration and constituting one of the biggest net contributors to the EU budget of which Poland is so far the largest recipient. Moreover, both countries have usually shared similar visions of the Single Market and the future direction… 
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