First the government collapses, then law and order breaks down on the streets of Zwolle. January 2021 is shaping up to be quite a month. The podcast team looks back on a turbulent week of rioting, vaccine gridlock and a massive data leak in the coronavirus testing system. Yet despite imposing the first curfew since the end of the war, polls suggest the caretaker government is more popular than ever. Elsewhere, Tour de France hope Tom Dumoulin takes a break from the bike and civil servants rattle a few cages with their advice on how to watch sport in a pandemic.
Ophef of the week: Red faces in blue as police station displays ‘Fake News’ banner
De dag na de geweldsuitbarsting in Zuid, de stad ruimt de scherven op. Bgm Aboutaleb spreekt de relschoppers en ouders toe, steekt ondernemers een hart onder de riem. En dankt de politie en diensten voor hun inzet. pic.twitter.com/5vMi3iCJRE
— B en W Rotterdam (@College010) January 26, 2021
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