I am a journalist with extensive experience of covering UK and Europe politics and policy for British and European audiences
I am closely involved in the life of the Polish community in the UK as a former Board Member of the Polish Social and Cultural Association (POSK), the largest community centre in the UK and a founder of the award-winning POSK Cinema, UK's first-ever Polish community cinema
When the UK “took back control” after withdrawing from the EU three years ago, it hoped to see a “Brexit dividend” by adopting more agile and business-friendly rules. So, how is it going?
Premier League Pitchside Reporter for Viaplay Poland reporting live from the pitch, presenting pre-match coverage and conducting multilingual interviews.
Produced multiple matchday packages with feature/documentary videos and exclusive interviews.
In this episode for World Press Freedom Day we look at the pressures on independent journalism in two EU countries
Presenter and pitchside reporter for the Premier League clash between Manchester United - Liverpool FC for Poland's leading sports channel Canal+ Sport
My two-piece radio report from Peterborough on the impact of Brexit on Polish-British relations
Polish Londoners longing for a more accurate portrayal of their country’s history take stock of the epic BBC series
The Polish ambassador has asked his compatriots to ‘seriously consider’ returning. But it’s not his decision to make
Did you know that London even served as the de facto capital of Poland at one point?
At first I cursed the makers of the hit commercial for making me cry. Then I realised that the story reveals so much about the lives of migrants
While most Poles who have settled in the UK plan to stay, many of the 5,200 Polish students at British universities intend to return to their homeland. Three graduates explain why
Britons who want to remain in the EU are flocking to apply for Polish passports, the country’s ambassador to London has revealed.
We don’t have a say in the referendum, but the politicians and press talk about us as if we are an underclass who cannot read – and it’s terrifying.