The Digest 19th July 2020

EU Funds Veto/ U.S. Amb. & Criticism/ Warsaw – Strawberry Market Dark Side/ Krakow – Ryanair Bomb Scare/ Wroclaw – Nations League/Lublin – Risking EU Funds/ International – Rainbow Plague/ Business & Economy – State Consolidates, Dutch de-pairs, Poles Divided, How Duda Won and more…

Coronavirus Updates – Because of the obvious interest, we have searched for the most concise, authoritative and up to date status report on the virus in Poland, in English. Whilst many excellent outlets offer regular updates, we believe this Wikipedia page to be the best resource on the latest virus information and its progression. We believe context is important and few other resources offer this. We would stress that it may not be error-free, so check other reputable outlets if you are particularly concerned.

National

 Poland May Veto EU Budget if Strings Attached – TVN (Video)

U.S. Ambassador Says Poland Criticism Unwarranted – Reuters

Local

Warsaw –  The Dark Side of Warsaw’s Strawberry Market – DW

Krakow –   Bomb Scare on Krakow Flight – Journal.ie

Wroclaw –  Nations League Comes to Town – WroclawUncut

Lublin  “LGBT Free” Town Risks EU Funds – Reuters

International – Poland’s Rulers made up a “Rainbow Plague” – TheAtlantic

Economy & Business – State Consolidates – Financial Times

Odds & Ends – Dutch Town Severs Ties with “LGBT Free” Polish Town – Guardian

Podcast –  Poland’s Political Divide – BBC

Article of the Week – How Duda Won – Guardian

Have a great Sunday,

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