DutchNews podcast – The George Soros Eye Shadow Palettes Edition – Week 49

photoshop featuring a giant crane with a GroenLinks logo, the IAmsterdam marketing sign, Thierry Baudet, Dick Advocaat, a five euro price tag and a church open 24/7.

As a round-the-clock deportation-busting church service draws the attention of the world’s media, Amsterdam calls time on the giant letters outside the Rijksmuseum, Dick Advocaat causes some ophef when he gets a time out in the referee’s room and Emile Ratelband is told he can’t turn the clock back on his passport. We also discuss why the Marrakesh pact to control migration has sparked a heated debate both in the Tweede Kamer and internationally.

Ophef of the week: Intratuin’s packaged pine cones create needle on Twitter

TOP STORY

Non-stop church service stops government deporting Armenian family

NEWS

Government aims to cut number of road deaths to zero by 2030

Shell to link executive bonuses to carbon emissions targets

Giant Iamsterdam letters removed from city’s Museumplein

Emile Ratelband loses fight to cut 20 years from his age

SPORT

Oranje draw Germany in European Championship qualifiers

DISCUSSION: Marrakech migration pact

Dutch Parliament set to back international migration pact – with reservations

Belgian prime minister pledges to respect the will of parliament on trip to Marrakech (VRT)

Right-wing leaders turn backs on Marrrakech agreement on managed migration


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