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    I think so, but most of the high profile failures to deport concern human rights cases that are not an EU matter,

    The EU problem is the Polish legal system. Basically in Poland if you commit a crime you don't go to prison straight away. What happens is that years later you get summoned to serve your time. Young men in Poland commit the same crimes young men everywhere do. But by the time these men are called to serve their time, they have settled down, married and have kids. In a lot of cases they have moved on with their lives and are in the UK or France or Germany. As a result there are these fights over whether they should be deported or not. Everywhere in Europe has this problem and we will still have this problem if we Brexit. The system for deporting prisoners doesn't work with the Polish legal system.

    If you look at the stats, Poland completely distorts the system

    http://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.u...-calendar-year
 
 
 
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