Boris Johnson says Polish people living in Britain are ‘welcome to stay’ after Brexit
Polish people who live in Britain are welcome to stay in the country after Brexit, Boris Johnson has said.
The foreign secretary delivered the message in a news conference alongside his Polish counterpart Witold Waszczykowski.
He said: ‘I want to repeat the key message to the one million Poles here in our country: You are here to stay. You are welcome.’
Mr Johnson also said it was time to ‘put a bit of a tiger in the tank’ of negotiations between the British Government and the EU.
His comments came after the latest round of negotiations over Brexit once again ended in stalemate.
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