2G or not 2G? That is the question vexing Dutch politicians as coronavirus cases keep soaring and the calls for tighter restrictions grow louder. The coalition talks are still on track despite a careless party leader leaving confidential documents on a train. Sparks fly in parliament as far-right party FVD is accused of threatening behaviour. And that could be the only flashpoint we see this winter after ministers bow to pressure to ban New Year fireworks.
Ophef of the week: Hugo de Jonge’s glossy magazine cover triggers wave of outrage
— Kustaw Bessems (@KustawBessems) November 15, 2021
And here’s Mirthe Westrik’s very long thread (in progress) of logos of local parties in all 352 Dutch municipalities:
Heb een nieuwe hobby. Lokale partijen googelen, en hun logo’s bekijken. Het leuke daaraan is: vrijwel alle logo’s zijn eh, bijzonder. En omdat ik tijd over heb, ga ik een draadje maken met de raarste vondsten. Alvast sorry én graag gedaan. Op alfabetische volgorde, 352 gemeenten:
— Mirthe Westrik (@MirtheWestrik) November 16, 2021
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