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How anonymous is the Forum for Democracy ‘anonymous’ referendum?

The Forum for Democracy 'anonymous' referendum is not that anonymous at all. The voting system knows the full names, email and internet addresses of all voters, despite Forum trying to hide this.

‘Sinterklaas spends more this year and avoids the shopping street’

Sinterklaas is in a generous mood this year and spends an average of 84 euros on gifts. Many Sinterklaas have listened to the call of mayors and avoided the shopping streets. More than half of the presents have been purchased online and that is the first time, ING's Economics Department reports Friday.

Prime Minister Rutte does not count on an extension of the Christmas holiday

Prime Minister Rutte currently thinks that it makes no sense to extend the Christmas holidays by a week for the schools. "Now I would say that this measure has no dramatic effect. I do not expect the schools to close longer." The prime minister does have a reservation: "We will decide in the coming days. It could be different next week."

The Battle of the Scheldt has its premiere in all the halls of Vlissingen cinema

The war epos The Battle of the Scheldt will premiere in a unique way in Vlissingen on 14 December. CineCity will then be the first cinema in the Netherlands to show the film in all theaters throughout the day.

ECB investigates digital euro: counterpart of crypto coins

The European Central Bank (ECB) is looking into whether it can introduce a digital euro. This must also ensure that everyone has access to the payment system and that the central bank does not lose control over the payment system to, for example, Facebook's Libra.

Gold stock DNB from Amsterdam to Haarlem with high-security transport

Tonight and tonight, in an unannounced high-security operation, the strategic stocks of banknotes and more than 200 tons of gold bars will be transported from the vaults of the Nederlandsche Bank at Frederiksplein in Amsterdam to Haarlem. Various roads are closed for transport.

The unity in the crisis approach has now disappeared

The new corona measures are widely criticized, including from virological advisers in OMT. Support for the restrictions is therefore smaller than in the spring.

Leiden Holiday Inn is firing 58 employees

Hotel Holiday Inn at the Haagse Schouwweg in Leiden will focus more on housing migrant workers. The hotel sees no other way to survive the corona crisis. As a result of the change, 58 of the 74 permanent employees will lose their jobs.

Ventilation schools not ‘corona-proof’, cabinet makes 360 million available

Only 38 percent of the surveyed school buildings meet the legal ventilation standards, while winter is just around the corner. RIVM has drawn up ventilation standards to keep the risk of corona infections in the classroom as low as possible. The cabinet is making 360 million available for primary and secondary schools.

With an agreement on cutbacks, KLM is taking a first step on the long road to recovery

Only the pilots union is still obstructive, the other unions agree to KLM's austerity plan. But that does not mean KLM is there yet.

How is it possible that McDonald’s is the new partner of the Children’s Book Week: free book with the hamburger

Reading over a hamburger with fries? It's possible at McDonald's, because the fast food chain is giving away some 400,000 books during Children's Book Week.

The KLM austerity plan is almost finished, but the unions are still seeing little of it

KLM will cut wages and other costs. Thursday will become clear how exactly. The unions are not reassured.
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How anonymous is the Forum for Democracy ‘anonymous’ referendum?

The Forum for Democracy 'anonymous' referendum is not that anonymous at all. The voting system knows the full names, email and internet addresses of all voters, despite Forum trying to hide this.

‘Sinterklaas spends more this year and avoids the shopping street’

Sinterklaas is in a generous mood this year and spends an average of 84 euros on gifts. Many Sinterklaas have listened to the call of mayors and avoided the shopping streets. More than half of the presents have been purchased online and that is the first time, ING's Economics Department reports Friday.

Prime Minister Rutte does not count on an extension of the Christmas holiday

Prime Minister Rutte currently thinks that it makes no sense to extend the Christmas holidays by a week for the schools. "Now I would say that this measure has no dramatic effect. I do not expect the schools to close longer." The prime minister does have a reservation: "We will decide in the coming days. It could be different next week."