Hague dismissed "out-of-date and ill-informed" criticisms that Poland's Law and Justice party was homophobic. "The Law and Justice party is a party committed to be against discrimination, for equality under the law," he told the BBC.Anyone who votes for the Tories after this is a piece of shit.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the Law and Justice leader, underlined his mainstream credentials when he appeared in Warsaw with Cameron on 29 May. The former Polish prime minister, whose brother Lech is the Polish president, said: "European institutions should be effective, economical, and aid co-operation between member states. They should never interfere with individual rights or the free market."
But the following day, at a rally in the city of Bialystock, Kaczynski appeared to revert to type. The Economist quoted him as saying: "If Europe is to be strong, it has to be Christian. And today it is anti-Christian, and especially anti-Catholic."
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