As the nitrogen crisis continues to hang over the country like a vaguely threatening cloud, we examine how cutting speed limits became such a hot political potato. A court orders the government to bring home the children of jihadist mothers, while the MH17 takes another twist as prosecutors implicate Russian military commanders. The start of Sinterklaas season triggers the annual tide of rage about Zwarte Piet and GroenLinks leader Jesse Klaver is named the brightest star in the Dutch political firmament. And after a six-year absence from international football tournaments, can the Netherlands seal qualification for Euro 2020 this weekend?
Ophef of the week: André Hazes says his ‘life has become hell’ since new relationship
- Should you switch health insurer in 2020? (sponsored feature)
Preview of Northern Ireland v Netherlands (Uefa.com)
The birthday effect: why winter babies have the best chance of becoming footballers (tussendelinies.nl, Dutch}
- Catch up with our previous discussions on the farmers’ protests and nitrogen ruling in Week 40 and Week 42.
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