Europe’s farmer protests show no sign of calming down. Today, Poland witnessed its most fiery demonstrations yet, as thousands of farmers descended on Warsaw to show their dissatisfaction with the European Union’s Green Deal. Prime Minister (and former Brussels bigwig) Donald Tusk had his office targeted, as protestors burnt tyres and launched firecrackers.

Chaotic scenes showed police clashing with demonstrators as tractors were used to block roads. Poland’s farmer protests built in momentum for much of last year: in April the country announced import bans on Ukrainian grain, at the same time that Hungary took measures to ask the EU to enforce a long-term crackdown. Other nations where farmers have risen up in the last two years include Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands. As we head into a year of European elections, do you think Brussels is getting the message?