More online shopping (and complaining) | Cabinet worries about compensation high energy price | And brunch with farmers

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The outgoing cabinet may lay an egg about compensation for the high energy price. A week of hard work has gone into repairing this sinking hole in purchasing power. Today the Council of Ministers may decide to make a decision, our political editors learned. And then it is.

A day not ordered is a day wasted. At least, that’s what you would almost think if you look at the latest CBS figures about our online shopping behavior. We order shoes, clothes, pizza and sushi as if our lives depend on it. And that does not always go as smoothly as hoped, according to more than half.

It will take a while, but then we have had the bad news: Christmas and New Years this year are very unfavorable for those who like to be free in the boss’s time. Employers celebrate a double celebration: the holidays are on the weekend. And for those who have to work: no, you will not receive one weekend allowance and public holiday compensation.

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, but sort of in Utrecht this afternoon. On the Neude, the farmers of Agractie try to strengthen ties with citizens. And because love goes through the stomach, they have brought their own harvest.

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Declare the Friday afternoon drinks hours as overtime. If the boss puts a stop to that, they declare overtime as fifteen minutes a day. Calling him an asshole and a liar. And then demand a ton of severance pay. You can try.

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This could come along at the digital coffee machine:

Good day!

ps Of course, first-time buyers pull out all the stops to acquire a house on the overheated housing market, writes Wimar Bolhuis. Stop pointing fingers, they have no choice!

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