Polish MEPs claim Irish civil servants acting illegally

A group of Polish MEPs have made an unprecedented attack on Irish civil servants by accusing them of acting illegally.

20th November, 2010

A group of Polish MEPs have made an unprecedented attack on Irish civil servants by accusing them of acting illegally.

The three MEPs said that Irish welfare authorities were discriminating against Poles by refusing welfare claims made by Polish people living in Ireland.

The claims have been dismissed by both the EU’s employment and social affairs commissioner, Laszlow Andor, and the Department of Social Protection in Ireland.

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