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Poland urges UK to keep its citizens safe from xenophobia | UK news | The Guardian


Poland urges UK to keep its citizens safe from xenophobia | UK news | The Guardian - Six teenagers were arrested on suspicion of involvement in the murder of 40-year-old factory worker, Arkadiusz Jóźwik, in Harlow, Essex, last Saturday. The youths are out of police custody on bail.

Investigators say they are looking into whether the killing was a hate crime but stress the motive is still unclear.

There was an upsurge in the number of reported hate crimes around the period of the EU referendum in June. Hundreds of people, many of them Poles, gathered in Harlow on Saturday for a vigil to remember Jóźwik. Many waved Polish flags and scarves and laid flowers at the scene of the killing, while the Polish national anthem was sung and a minute’s silence held.

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