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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.
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.
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.