Eurosceptic party wins Poland’s election


Poland tosses out the centrist party that had governed for eight years for a socially conservative and Right-wing party that wants to keep migrants out and spend more on Poland’s own poor.

Poland’s eurosceptic opposition is on course to triumph in the country’s general election after exit polls gave it a resounding victory over the incumbent centre-right government.

Figures released after polls closed late Sunday night put Law and Justice on 39 per cent while Civic Platform, the party of Ewa Kopacz, the Polish prime minister, scored 23 per cent.

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