British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the judicial reform in Poland is “a matter for the individual concerned”, despite unprecedented disciplinary measures from the European Union, at a joint summit in Warsaw on Thursday. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki also dismissed criticism of his government’s reform to the judiciary. “I am also convinced that we shall be able to convince our... Еще partners that our judiciary system is in need of a deep reform”, he said. May has been visiting Poland with several members of her cabinet to sign a defence treaty designed to counter “Russian disinformation in the region”. The British Prime Minister has been under pressure recently after one of her allies Damian was forced to resign after lying about what he knew about police claims that he had porn on his office computer. She has demanded a «proper investigation» into allegations of a police vendetta against Greene.