France and Poland clash over removal of cross from Jean Paul II statue


Poland pledges to save work from 'dictates of political correctness' after French court order to remove cross because it breaches secularism rules.

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A diplomatic spat has erupted between France and Poland over a top court order to remove a cross from a statue of the late Pope Jean Paul II in a Brittany town because it breached rules on secularism, reports The Telegraph.