Triggered by Brexit deadlock, Polish immigrants head home after years in Britain

Flights booked, suitcases packed and fed up with Brexit, ecologist Katarzyna Kociniewska is returning to Poland in search of new opportunities. Her boyfriend Radosław Stańczak will be joining her in three months' time in the northern Polish city of Bydgoszcz. 

The couple are among the Poles, currently Britain's largest minority group, who have chosen to pack their bags as Poland's economic conditions improve and frustration grows over uncertainties related to Brexit.