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Press conference with new impetus | Strike at Heineken | And Brussels and London continue talking about Northern Ireland issue

A number of press conferences, but one with new impetus. To the chagrin of the shoe industry, Hugo de Jonge has a position elsewhere. Ernst Kuipers is now at the helm of Public Health and has a white coat background. Will he change tack and also look at the economy? According to the rumor mill, shops and hairdressers are allowed to open again. We will broadcast the press co live at 7 p.m. on RTL Z.

After the press conference and questions from journalists, we continue in the studio. There we give space to questions from viewers, which can be seen from 19.50 on RTL Z (channel 11 at KPN, 12 at Ziggo). What’s going on with you? Which question remains underexposed in your opinion? Ask your question here.

Will the catering industry open this weekend without Heineken’s golden beer on tap? Employees of the beer manufacturer are going on strike today because they want more wages and the management is afraid of a beer shortage. Oh well, what beer lover misses the Dutch lager after they could get used to Bollekes, Kriek and Duvel for weeks in Antwerp.

It’s the year 2060 and Brussels and London are still discussing the Northern Ireland issue. We’re not ruling it out, but the parties are making another attempt today to get out. Former UK Brexit secretary David Frost resigned in December, now Liz Truss can try. In Liz we trust!

The ball starts rolling again. The winter break in the Eredivisie, in which everyone and their mother contracted corona, has come to an end. A full infirmary or not, who has to play thirteen players, of which one keeper gets out of bed.

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Good day!

ps Wonderful, those ambitious plans of the cabinet, but make sure you also have good employment conditions, warns the FNV.

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