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Source: ThinkstockThis will include specific guidance on hate crime offences and the use of ancillary orders to prevent further offending.A cross-government working group on anti-Semitism will work with prosecutors to ensure that convictions related to anti-Semitism are publicised to ‘reassure Jewish communities that we take this issue seriously’.The Crown Prosecution Service will refresh policy and guidance on homophobic, biphobic and transphobic crime, as well as racially and religiously aggravated crime, providing more examples for use on the CPS’s ‘knowledge hub’.New guidance will be issued for prosecutors on speaking to witnesses at court.The CPS will also publish a policy statement covering crimes against disabled people, setting out ‘service standards’ that disabled people who are victims or witnesses can expect when they seek a prosecution and attend court. Social media communications will be the subject of new guidance issued to prosecutors as part of the government’s action plan to tackle hate crime following an increase in the number of incidents.Home secretary Amber Rudd (pictured) said hate crime of any kind, directed against any community, race or religion, had no place in society.However, she said that some continental European nationals were the targets of abuse in the days after the EU referendum.Rudd said representatives of other ethnic communities had also reported anxiety ‘about a climate of increased hostility towards people identified as foreigners’.As a result, the Home Office, Department for Communities and Local Government, and Ministry of Justice have published an 118-point action plan.The plan states that following public consultation, the director of public prosecutions will publish guidance to prosecutors on prosecuting cases involving communications sent via social media.
The Italian team “Openjobmetis” represented by Latvian basketball players Artūrs Strautiņš and Inga Jakovičs failed in the second game of the Italian Super Cup on Tuesday.“Openjobmetis” lost to Brescia’s “Calcio” in the away group A away game with 88:89 (31:22, 20:25, 22:19, 15:23).Both Latvians started the game in the team’s starting five.Strautiņš spent 23 minutes and six seconds on the field, during which he scored with 17 points and six assists. The basketball player scored three of the five two-point and three of the six three-point shots in the basket, as well as realized both “penalties”. Strautiņš was the second most productive in his team.He also had two assists and two provoked violations of the rules, but “Openjobmetis” with a Latvian scored eight points more than he let in, which was the second best indicator in the team.Meanwhile, Jakovičs played 18 minutes and 36 seconds on the court, standing out with seven points in his allotted time. The Latvian national basketball player sent one of the four long throws in the basket, as well as threw four of the seven free throws. He also won two rebounds, scored three times, earned four personal notes, but the Varese team with Jakovich scored five points more than he threw.The most productive team of Varese with 18 points was the experienced Argentine Luis Skola. On the other side of the field, 16 points for Andrew Crowford, but Brian Bags added 15 points and four balls under the baskets.“Openjobmetis” can be found in the third position of group A after two games with two losses.Also on Tuesday, “Reggiana”, represented by Jānis Blums, will play in subgroup B.Trieste’s “Allianz”, represented by Andrejs Grazulis, will also go to the square on Wednesday.All 16 teams are participating in the Italian Super Cup, which plans to start in the A series of the local championship this season. The teams are divided into four groups, but after the group tournament there will be semi-finals, for which the winner of each group will qualify.The “Final Four” tournament will be played from September 18 to 20.