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General considerations | Call Dirk has an effect | And IC Brussels conductors are on strike

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Prinsjesdag is pasado and so it is up to the parties in the House of Representatives. During the General Political Reflections they put the government to the test about the national budget and the budget of millions. This debate can be followed live on RTL Z from 10.15 am, in between the regular news broadcasts.

From million dollar bill to million dollar breakfast, this morning in The Hague. The municipality is in talks with entrepreneurs. What do the plans of the outgoing cabinet mean to them? And what will the Dutch economy look like post-corona?

You cannot earn free groceries with it. However, you may soon have a Dirk nearby. The supermarket’s call in their advertising brochure to suggest good locations has already elicited almost 1000 responses – and the discounter thinks there are certainly a number of new branches in between.

And there is also a strike: at the NS. Both the conductors on the IC to Brussels and the service employees at the Dutch stations stop working all day. Unions demand, among other things, better working conditions for Dutch personnel on international trains and Thalys.

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And you may have missed this last night: It’s the day after Prinsjesdag. Where will the money go in 2022? And how do you feel about that in your wallet? We list the most important figures from the new national budget.

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Good day!

ps What prompted the outgoing cabinet to allocate billions for the climate, columnist Hyung-Ja de Zeeuw wonders. Has it learned its lesson, or is something else going on?

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