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>> Media let back in to Poland's parliament. A temporary ban which led to days of protests has been lifted by the lower house. The ruling party announced a plan to restrict media access to parliament last week. Critics slammed the idea, saying it's eroded the independence of the media and the judiciary.
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It also spots angry protests on the streets of Walsall, and lead to a sit-in by opposition MPs, who now says that despite the ban being lifted, they are staying put. They want to debate a vote on the 2017 budget that, they say, was held illegally in a side room on Friday to avoid the protests and reporters.
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But for now, the ruling parties remaining defiant, saying the vote was legal and won't be repeated. Meaning, scenes like this may will continue too.