Lost In Translation: PM Flounders In Poland


All hasn’t gone to plan for the David Cameron in Poland today, with the PM spectacularly misjudging the mood on welfare in Warsaw. Dave triumphantly exited discussions about EU reform with the Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo, claiming the negotiations were “excellent” and that they had agreed to work together on the issue of migrant benefits. Unfortunately for the PM, the Polish premier had a rather different take on their talks, telling reporters that they did not “see eye to eye”. Guido can only assume that something was lost in translation…

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