Friday 10 July 2020

DutchNews podcast – The Dick Lawyer Hard Reset Edition – Week 44

Dick Advocaat, Stef Blok and the Brexit monster

There’s a groundhog day feel about this week’s podcast as the builders’ protest fills the deep tyre treads left by the farmers on the Malieveld, yet another do-or-die date is set for Brexit and our favourite football manager once again comes out of retirement for one last job. Plus we bring you an 11-year-old shaggy dog story from the Achterhoek and the lottery giveaway that made green-eyed punters see red. In our discussion we step into the legal and political minefield surrounding the issue of bringing Dutch IS fighters to justice

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Ophef of the week: Veggie vouchers go down the wrong way with Postcodeloterij players

Top story

Dick Advocaat replaces Jaap Stam as Feyenoord manager

Ajax’s Sergiño Dest opts for USA over Netherlands

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Construction workers stage mass protest in The Hague against nitrogen rules

Teachers’ strike to go ahead on November 6 after deadline expires

British nationals in Netherlands urged to register for proxy vote

Amsterdam museum removes statue of sex worker from exhibition

Dog turns up in Gelderland village after 11-year absence

Discussion: How should Dutch jihadis be brought to justice?

Dutch prosecutors want to bring more jihadis home to face trial

Take responsibility for your own jihadis, Iraqi minister tells Netherlands

US will help repatriate Syrian fighters in Europe, says Pete Hoekstra

VVD MP says bringing children back from war zone ‘should be discussed’

Orphans aged 2 and 4 brought back from northern Syria

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