While King Willem-Alexander spiced up a royal banquet this week by mentioning Brexit and the last successful invasion of England in the same dinner speech, back in the Netherlands more recent ghosts loomed large as the government faced calls to apologise for the treatment of the so-called ‘kraut whores’ after WWII. We also focus on what happens to patients when a hospital goes bust, why religion has become a minority pursuit, the Champions League goalscoring hero who had a public message for his mother and an intrepid cat’s impromptu road trip. In our discussion we examine the legacy of former prime minister Wim Kok, who died this week at the age of 80.
Hitchhiking cat goes full circle to rejoin family (Omroep Brabant, Dutch)
DISCUSSION: RIP WIM KOK
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