Dutch News podcast – The Feminazis Take Over Edition – Week 44

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The Dutch News podcast this week moves to Amsterdam, ditches Gordon and Paul, and introduces a whole new host of characters behind your daily news site. Senay Boztas and Deborah Nicholls-Lee join Molly to talk about the latest in the story about an electric wagon maker filing for bankruptcy, what advice Mark Rutte is giving schoolchildren and a new turn in the case of a Dutch collector accused of owning a stolen mummy. Molly talks sports and the latest with Max Verstappen, under sufferance, and Deborah goes on an unusual fishing trip. In the discussion, Dutch News editor-in-chief Robin Pascoe joins the crew to debate the merits (or otherwise) of moving Amsterdam’s red light district.


Electric wagon maker files for bankruptcy after fatal crash

Manufacturers call for greater clarity on new electric vehicles on the road (in Dutch)


Who’s the Daddy? Buddha with mummy in hands of new owner, court hears

Rutte advises schoolchildren to just say no to cannabis

Cabinet divided on junior health minister’s ‘nanny state’ plans for booze and fags


Kiki Bertens ninth in world rankings

Ajax beats Feyenoord

Boy racer: Max Verstappen wins Mexico Grand Prix

PSV Eindhoven B team out of KNVB cup. (No news on its giant Asian hornets.)


Amsterdam councillors propose moving the red light district to combat tourists who look but don’t pay

Prostitutes ask for ‘gawp charges’ (in Dutch)

Parool reader proposes moving prostitutes from De Wallen (in Dutch)

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