DutchNews podcast – The Blame David Cameron Edition – Week 3

Former British prime minister David Cameron leaning backwards
Former British prime minister David Cameron leaning backwards
Photo: Obama White House archive

It may be winter outside, but there’s been plenty to get hot under the collar about on the news front this week. Amsterdam’s most infamous neighbourhood gets a less than clean bill of health, party leaders turn up the heat on the climate change deal and showbiz star Gordon (no relation) sees red over a spicy TV review. We also bring you the results of the Ophef of the Year vote, hot off the press, and discuss the ongoing nuclear meltdown that is the Brexit saga.

Ophef of the week: Gordon’s online tirade against with TV reviewer goes viral


Amsterdam’s red light district clean-up needs proper plan, says ombudsman

Election campaign heats up as coalition leaders clash over climate deal

Syp Wynia: Klaas Dijkhoff’s yellow vest is losing its lustre

Teachers plan nationwide strike on March 15 over pay and workload

Government attempts to compile list of definitive Dutch icons


Kramer wins 10th European skating title as Schulting claims short track crown

Sjinkie Knegt aims to be back on ice next season after suffering serious burns

DISCUSSION: Brexit latest

EU not prepared to make major changes to Brexit deal, says Blok

Brits sue Dutch government in bid to retain EU nationality and rights

Dutch tomato growers urged to work together to soften Brexit blow

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