The podcast team look back at a week dominated by bread and circuses, as the fairground wagons circled on the Malieveld and the first batch of new herring went to a good cause. The government is told to beef up its nitrogen reduction plans and warned of dire economic times ahead. Coronavirus testing is rolled out amid questions about why it took so long, while trials of a potential vaccine take a step forward. And we bring you the final chapter of a story that began 40 years ago with a trip to the library.
Ophef of the week: Political circus invades The Hague as Baudet joins fairground protest
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