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Murder 'will not put off Polish'
Angelika Kluk
The body of Angelika Kluk was found in St Patrick's Church
The president of Poland has said he does not believe the murder of a Polish student in Glasgow will deter others from migrating to Scotland.

But Lech Kaczynski said his country needed to encourage more Poles to stay at home.

Mr Kaczynski said that his country could not afford to keep losing talent at such a prodigious rate.

Angelika Kluk's body was discovered by police at St Patrick's RC Church in Anderston, Glasgow, on 29 September.

Peter Tobin, 60, who was an odd job man at St Patrick's, was charged with her murder.

Mr Kaczynski said that he expected the flow of migrants to Scotland to continue for a few years, despite the murder of Ms Kluk, which he described as "tragic".


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