Aces on Budget Day plans | Nightlife hopes for judge | And how you can swim for miles in a four-meter pool

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Are nightclubs getting help from the judge in their feud with the outgoing cabinet? This morning the court will rule on the summary proceedings of Koninklijke Horeca Nederland against the state. Entrepreneurs from the nightlife want to get rid of the mandatory closing time at 00:00. Whatever the ruling, it certainly won’t be the industry’s last lawsuit.

Our political editorial team is on edge, this last Friday before Prinsjesdag. Traditionally, there are still a few nice Prinsjesdag plans leaking out. If this Hague custom is honored today, you will of course read it back on our site.

Swim for miles in a four-meter pool. How is that possible? The Brabant entrepreneur Mark Smits makes swimming pools for smaller gardens, equipped with a propeller for creating a current. And they have been ‘hot’ since the corona crisis. RTL Z went to test.

Ballot fraud, sham opposition and doppelganger: it’s election time in Russia. President Putin’s United Russia party is using all the tricks to keep the current majority in the Duma. The Russians have three days to cast their vote.

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The outgoing cabinet has 45 million euros available for municipalities to hire extra manpower to check whether catering entrepreneurs do ask their guests for the corona admission ticket.

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Normally two hands on one stomach, but not now. KLM and Schiphol are at odds. The airport wants to raise the rates for landing planes by as much as 40 percent.

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Outgoing Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag (D66) has resigned after a majority in the House of Representatives supported a motion of censure against her. Her colleague Ank Bijleveld (CDA) also received such a motion, but remains on.

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ps Neoclassical thinking falls short for good climate policy, writes Wimar Bolhuis. Economists have a clear job to figure out when there is a transition failure and, above all, how it can be repaired.

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