NOS Nieuws•vandaag, 06:56
Good morning! Prime Minister Rutte and the Deputy Prime Ministers are discussing how to proceed after the election win of the BBB in the Torentje. And in France there are again demonstrations against the pension reforms.
First the weather: today starts quite sunny. Later the clouds will increase and especially tonight rain will fall from the west in more and more places. With a moderate southwest wind, it will be 8 to 10 degrees.
WeerplazaThe weather of Tuesday 28 March
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What can you expect today?
Prime Minister Rutte and Deputy Prime Ministers Kaag, Schouten and Hoekstra discuss the results of the elections for the Provincial Council. Those were won by the BBB, while the coalition parties lost. The dissatisfaction of the voters and how to respond to this are central to the consultations. In France, there are again demonstrations against the increase in the retirement age. Last Thursday, protests got out of hand; roads were blocked, rubbish was set on fire and people clashed with the police. Conspiracy theorist Micha Kat is on trial in The Hague. He is also suspected of sedition. According to the Public Prosecution Service, he has called for violence against the municipality of Bodegraven-Reeuwijk, RIVM director Jaap van Dissel and the AD.
What did you miss?
A foundation that is submitting claims for damages is taking the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport and 34 other authorities to court. The foundation is claiming compensation for victims in connection with a data breach at the GGD during the corona pandemic.
This concerns data from people who had a corona test done. They were visible to call center employees for some time. According to RTL News, that data was traded on a large scale.
Other news from the night:
And then this:
The Netherlands won the European Championship qualifier against Gibraltar 3-0. Afterwards, there were mainly grumpy faces among the players of Orange, because the score was not higher against the number 200 of the FIFA ranking.
Yet one born Dutchman was happy afterwards. Niels Hartman was born in Schoonhoven, but grew up in Gibraltar. Yesterday he made his debut for the dwarf state:
Hartman after debut for Gibraltar in De Kuip: ‘This was very impressive’
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