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Radek Sikorski, a former Polish foreign ministers, speaks to The Associated Press in Warsaw, Poland, on Monday May 16, 2016. Sikorski, who has strong ties to Britain and has been advocating for Britain to remain in the European Union, said he is “very worried” about the prospect of so-called Brexit. He said he fears it could weaken a political arrangement that has given Europe’s its longest-ever period of peace and prosperity. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

Radek Sikorski, a former Polish foreign minister with longstanding ties to Britain, says he is "very worried" British voters could opt to leave the European Union, fearing it could weaken a political arrangement that has given Europe's its longest-ever period of peace and prosperity.

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    Radek Sikorski, a former Polish foreign ministers, speaks to The Associated Press in Warsaw, Poland, on Monday May 16, 2016. Sikorski, who has strong ties to Britain and has been advocating for Britain to remain in the European Union, said he is “very worried” about the prospect of so-called Brexit. He said he fears it could weaken a political arrangement that has given Europe’s its longest-ever period of peace and prosperity. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

    Radek Sikorski, who was a British citizen for 20 years, told in an interview that even as an outsider, the UK would still be compelled to adopt EU legislation, while having no say in the way it was framed.