Saturday 19 October 2019

DutchNews podcast – The Not Those Nazis Edition – Week 24

Photo: Franklin Heijnen via Flickr

We’re living on the edge in this week’s podcast, and not just because the pinautomaten in Albert Heijn broke down. The king weighs into the Irish border issue that has been stirred up again by Brexit, Jeroen Dijsselbloem drops a bombshell into the pension talks, universities are accused of setting the bar too low and YouTube causes ophef by taking down the wrong type of Nazis. In sport the women’s team scrape through their opening World Cup match while the men once again lose a tournament final to the host nation. And we discuss whether bringing back children from the Syrian civil war is desirable or feasible.

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Ophef of the week: Shoppers crack up as debit card problem hits Albert Heijn


King Willem-Alexander: ‘no-one wants to see fences on the Irish border’ after Brexit


Universities told to be stricter on who they let in

Interest rate advice threatens to disrupt pension reform vote

What does the pensions agreement really mean?

Listen to last week’s podcast discussion on pensions here:

Job shortages loom as Eastern European economies boom

YouTube removes historic Alkmaar footage in misguided anti-Nazi crackdown


Leeuwinnen open World Cup campaign with last-gasp win against Kiwis

Portugal beat Netherlands 1-0 in inaugural Nations League final

DISCUSSION: Bringing IS orphans home

Orphans aged 2 and 4 brought back from northern Syria

Minister defends deal to bring Dutch children back from Syria

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