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Conviviality, diversity, inclusion, open-mindedness. BGS provides its members with the opportunity to practice sport and other activities in a welcoming and friendly setting, where the pleasure of being together, of sharing and meeting each other takes precedence over the competitive and sometimes exclusive nature of sport. On the one hand, we would want to forget this past year as quickly as possible. On the other hand, in we had to adapt very swiftly and be creative , even ambitious. Some activities were able to go ahead despite the lockdown, using videoconferencing or by going outdoors, weather permitting.
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By Andrew Rettman. Poland's new conservative prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski painted a picture of a tolerant, gay-friendly Poland on his first visit to Brussels, but warned that any new EU constitution must give Warsaw real clout in EU-decision making. Watch our editor-in-chief Koert Debeuf explain the reasons in this second video. He admitted that an anti-semitic "fringe" exists in Polish politics but said it is in a process of change, while showcasing the fact Poland has many gay nightclubs and magazines, as well as "people of such a persuasion holding high public positions, on the right and not just on the left. His defence of Poland in terms of liberal, so-called "European values" comes after months of western media and left-wing politicians' outcries about alleged neo-fascist elements in Mr Kaczynski's coalition partners, the League of Polish Families party, and attacks on gay rights marches in major Polish towns. Poland's president and Jaroslaw Kaczynski's twin brother, Lech Kaczynski, in July supported bringing back the death penalty, while a string of top diplomats has deserted the new government amid stark warnings that the eurosceptic Kaczynski twins are isolating Warsaw in the EU.
Four stores of the JD Sports chain were looted by groups of about ten young people, who rush into the shops right before closing time and grab products before rushing out again. The incidents were filmed, and the videos were put online. In the same week, the same thing happened in a store in London, and on Thursday night in Amsterdam as well, reports Het Laatste Nieuws. JD Sports has since confirmed on its Facebook page that the manager in question no longer works there. Fourth JD Sports store looted after racist remarks by store manager.
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