In an interview at the House of Commons Daniel Kawczyński MP told Poland IN that he wanted to see a museum of communism built in London, and for Britain to impose sanctions on companies participating in the Nord Stream 2 project. He also voiced outrage at the fact the BBC often used the defamatory term “Polish death camps” in its programmes.
See full interview here.
Daniel Kawczyński, born in Poland, is MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham. He supported Brexit as he opposes the creation of a supranational European state. He was confident Britain could establish a strong relationship with the EU and its member states post-Brexit as it was “leaving the EU and not leaving Europe”.
He felt Poland had an important role to play in educating Britain both about Russia and the importance of the Visegrad group of central European states. He believed that the million strong Polish community in Britain had a role to play in British politics as well as economic life.
Mr Kawczyński voiced his anger with the BBC for the fact that in many of its programmes the term “Polish death camps “ were used. This he felt was an enormous insult to the whole Polish community and nation.
He believes that British people need to be educated about the history of communism and proposed the building of a museum of communism in London. He also wanted Britain to follow the example of the USA in imposing sanctions on companies which participated in the Russian-German gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 project.