Poland's prime minister said he will ask David Cameron to explain his remarks about Polish migrants benefiting from British welfare handouts when the two men speak by telephone tomorrow.
Cameron had said he wanted new EU rules to limit access for migrants to their host countries' welfare payments, and pointed to Poles, among the biggest migrant communities in Britain, as an example of the potential for the rules to be abused.
Poland row is escalating: Polish PM Donald Tusk criticises Cameron for wanting to ban British child benefit payments to children in Poland
Cameron has a phone call arranged with Polish premier Donald Tusk tomorrow when the pair will discuss their differences over child benefit
The demand for a chat on the phone came from Poland - who are by all accounts spitting tacks over Cameron singling them out on child benefit
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