Really! I rather think you don't want to see it:
In January 2014, a Polish man, whose helmet was emblazoned with the flag of Poland, claimed he was attacked by a group of fifteen men outside a pub in Dagenham, London. Photos were taken of him and his motorbike. The victim blamed xenophobic speeches of the Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron.
And the proverbial "polish plumber" did make it as a meme even to Germany
The "Polish plumber" cliché may symbolise the fear of cheap Central and East European labour threatening the jobs of West Europeans.
The "Polish plumber" was also featured on a poster by the Polish tourism board in response to what was perceived as negative rhetoric against Poland.
The stereotype was cited as a factor in the referendum that led to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
And for what should I apologize? For british "negative rhetoric"?
The mass immigration of Poles to the UK after the accession of Poland had been one of the big building blocs of the Brexit campaign.'Brexit' debate: Could Britain get by without the 'Polish Plumber'?
Many in the UK argue that Eastern Europeans are taking jobs and welfare money away from native Brits, and that leaving the EU is the solution.
....Now, the image of the "Polish Plumber" has become a fixture of daily life in Britain - and a political football in the heated debate over whether to remain a part of the European Union or stage a "Brexit" and leave the bloc....