“It’s dangerous for Poland that so many of our young people are thinking about leaving,” said Mr Debski, an MP from Your Movement, a liberal opposition party.“I want to see why the systems in Britain are working and why they’re not in Poland.The same survey found that as many as 40 per cent are thinking of applying for British citizenship, while new figures from Poland’s National Bank revealed that expatriate Polish people are sending less money home to family members as they establish new lives in their adopted homeland.
In many parts of Britain, such statistics will come as no surprise.
The influx of Poles to this country has long been evident in the swathes of Polish supermarkets, grocers, churches and cultural centres that have appeared across the country – particularly since 2004, when Poland joined the European Union, opening up borders for free movement of workers.
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Polish, it was revealed this week, is the most commonly spoken non-native language in England and Wales.
More than half a million people in Britain now speak Polish as their first language, placing it ahead of Punjabi and Urdu and behind only English and Welsh.
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In addition to long-established Polish communities – in west London, Liverpool, Birmingham, Nottingham and Slough – smaller hubs have established themselves in rural areas, such as Carlisle in Cumbria (twinned with the Polish city of Slupsk) and the Scottish Highlands.