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    1. October 16, 2007

      Campaign diary

      Friday October 19 Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) suffered a blow just two days before voters headed to the...

    2. August 29, 2007

      Poland raises rates again

      With rising evidence that economic growth is fuelling wage growth and increasing inflationary pressure, Poland’s interest...

    1. July 6, 2007

      Kaczynski suspends party elder

      Pawel Zalewski, the head of Poland’s parliamentary foreign relations committee and deputy leader of the ruling Law and...

    2. February 9, 2007

      Poland's 'third twin' pays price for opposing brothers

      Ludwik Dorn, until this week Poland's interior minister and so closely allied with the country's ruling Kaczynski brothers...

    3. January 19, 2007

      Leader's ally takes over at Polish oil company

      Igor Chalupec, president of PKN-Orlen, Poland's largest oil company, was sacked yesterday on the request of the Treasury...

    4. November 28, 2006

      A bruising for twinsin Polish council polls

      Poland's ruling Law and Justice party suffered a local election bruising as urban voters signalled dissatisfaction with the...

    5. November 28, 2006

      Bruising for twins in Polish council elections

      Poland's ruling Law and Justice party suffered a local election bruising as urban voters signalled dissatisfaction with the...

    6. August 12, 2006

      Polish official cancels Berlin visit

      Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, the acting mayor of Poland's capital Warsaw, cancelled a planned trip to Berlin yesterday, arguing...

    7. August 12, 2006

      Polish official cancels Berlin visit

      Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, the acting mayor of Poland's capital, Warsaw, cancelled a planned trip to Berlin yesterday,...

    8. July 20, 2006

      Poland's new premier pledges fiscal stability

      Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland's new prime minister, yesterday sought to reassure foreign investors that the recent change of...

    9. July 14, 2006

      Two who won a nation

      Jaroslaw Kaczynski was born 45 minutes before his identical twin Lech and, although only fractionally older, has long been...

    10. July 12, 2006

      Envoy chips in over 'potato' jibe at Poland's top twin

      The bizarre spat between the German administration and the identical twins running Poland took another twist yesterday when...

    11. July 12, 2006

      Polish envoy hits out at leadership

      Poland's relations with Germany have worsened since the electoral successes of the identical twin brothers now at the helm...

    12. July 11, 2006

      New finance minister calms Polish markets

      Polish stock and currency markets yesterday shrugged off a surprise government reshuffle, soothed by the choice of a...

    13. July 11, 2006

      Poland

      Autocracy, democracy and now "twinocracy". Following the resignation last Friday of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Jaroslaw...

    14. July 11, 2006

      Keep it in the family

      The Kaczynski brothers see themselves as traditionalists. Yet even when Poland had an elected monarchy, it never had two...

    15. July 11, 2006

      Shake-up frees Warsaw's twin rulers to pursue more aggressive policies

      Jaroslaw Kaczynski's decision as leader of Poland's ruling Law and Justice party to take over as prime minister could bring...

    16. July 10, 2006

      Shake-up frees twin rulers to pursue aggressive policies

      Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s decision as leader of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party to take over as prime minister could bring...

    17. July 10, 2006

      Poland

      Autocracy, democracy and now “twinocracy”. Following the resignation last Friday of Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Jaroslaw...

    18. July 10, 2006

      Polish markets steady after political upheaval

      The Warsaw bourse recovered lost ground after opening sharply lower on Monday following the surprise resignation of Poland’s...

    19. July 6, 2006

      Fury at German satire of Poland's president

      Poland's government has reacted with fury to a satirical article poking fun at the country's president and his twin brother...

    20. June 30, 2006

      Observer: Second thoughts

      Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Poland's prime minister, isn't a known golfer but he is giving the term "mulligan" a good work-out....

    21. June 24, 2006

      Fears for future of Poland's fiscal stability as finance minister is fired

      Zyta Gilowska, Poland's finance minister and widely seen as a guarantor of fiscal stability, was fired yesterday by the...

    22. June 23, 2006

      Polish PM fires finance minister Gilowska

      Zyta Gilowska, Poland’s finance minister and widely seen as a guarantor of fiscal stability, was fired on Friday by the...

    23. June 21, 2006

      Interference by Warsaw seen as hitting market

      The Polish government is under fire from opposition politicians, economists and analysts for its political interference in...

    24. June 8, 2006

      Europeans 'assisted CIA renditions'

      European countries - including Germany, the UK, Italy and Sweden - violated human rights by co-operating with CIA...

    25. June 7, 2006

      Official reaction to rendition accusations

      More than 20 countries, mostly in Europe, colluded in a “global spider’s web” of secret US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)...

    26. June 7, 2006

      Europeans ‘assisted CIA renditions’

      European countries – including Germany, the UK, Italy and Sweden – violated human rights by co-operating with CIA...

    27. May 26, 2006

      Polish Church faces life without John Paul's guiding hand

      Millions of Poles are expected to turn out to watch Benedict XVI when the Pope begins his pilgrimage to Poland today, a...

    28. May 16, 2006

      POLAND EXPECTS TO START NEGOTIATIONS IN 2009 ON ADOPTING THE EURO

      Poland expects to meet the European Union's budget deficit requirements by next year, opening the way for a start to...

    29. May 15, 2006

      Poland set to start talks in 2009 on joining eurozone

      Poland expects to meet the European Union?s budget deficit requirements by next year, opening the way for a start to...

    30. April 28, 2006

      Poland's coalition short of majority

      Poland's ruling conservative Law and Justice party yesterday announced it had formed a coalition government with two...

    31. April 27, 2006

      Populist parties join Polish coalition government

      Poland’s ruling conservative Law and Justice party on Thursday announced it had formed a coalition government with two...

    32. April 25, 2006

      Poland's prime minister seeks to reassure investors

      Foreign investors should not be rattled about Poland's commitment to economic reform and the prospect of controversial...

    33. April 25, 2006

      Europe’s political elite treats Warsaw regime with disdain

      David Cameron, the eurosceptic leader of Britain's Conservative party, is a member of a very small club in Europe: he is an...

    34. April 13, 2006

      Observer: Uneasy alliances for Poland's Meller

      Politics can make for very strange bedfellows - sometimes so strange that putative partners would simply rather throw the...

    35. April 12, 2006

      Uneasy alliances for Poland’s Meller

      Uneasy alliances for Poland’s Meller Politics can make for very strange bedfellows – sometimes so strange that putative...

    36. April 8, 2006

      Polish minister in bank row ousted

      Cezary Mech, the controversial Polish deputy finance minister who helped to spark the government's public battle with the...

    37. April 6, 2006

      Warsaw and UniCredit seal deal in bank takeover fight

      The Polish government yesterday struck a face-saving compromise in its dispute with UniCredit - a row that had begun to...

    38. April 6, 2006

      UniCredit strikes deal over BPH

      The Polish government yesterday struck a compromise with UniCredit, the Italian bank that already owns Pekao, on conditions...

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