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>> Theresa May setting out on Monday to win some support for her Brexit talks. The UK Prime Minister meeting Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo in London, trying to mend fences after heated language on immigration during the EU referendum battle.>> I've also reiterated my plan to guarantee the rights of Poles and other Europeans currently living in the UK so long as the rights of British Citizens living across the EU are guaranteed.
And I hope we can reach an early agreement on this issue, providing certainty for Polish citizens here and British people living in Europe.>> Poles are Britain's biggest immigrant community, and a focus for those who want stricter border controls. And for Warsaw, Brexit poses tricky questions. It values Britain's military muscle, seeing it is a key ally against Russian aggression.
But won't compromise on the free movement of people. It wants to guarantee the rights at around 800,000 Poles living in the UK. Britain's road to Brexit gets ever more bumpy.