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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.

Another five infections with West Nile virus have been established in the Netherlands

The West Nile virus was diagnosed in another five people in the Netherlands between October 30 and November 5, according to recently published data from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The virus was already found in a person in the province of Utrecht on 15 October.

Travel advice Germany to orange, consequences for border traffic unknown

Travel advice for Germany will be tightened to orange on Tuesday at 12:00, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports Monday evening. The consequences for border traffic between Germany and the Netherlands are still unknown.

Partly due to panic attacks, Van der Wiel is not yet in action for RKC

Gregory van der Wiel announced on Monday that he has been struggling with panic attacks and anxiety for more than a year. Partly because of this, the right back has not yet taken action for RKC Waalwijk.

Katja Schuurman commemorates Theo van Gogh with a loving message

Today it is exactly 16 years ago that Theo van Gogh was murdered cold-blooded in Amsterdam. Katja Schuurman (45) is one of the Dutch who pays attention to his death today. She shares a photo of them together on social media.

Fred van Leer admitted to hospital ‘for observation’

Fred van Leer was taken to hospital on Sunday afternoon, where he is currently staying. This confirms the management of the 44-year-old presenter and stylist.

Pilots and FNV do not agree with wage sacrifices, KLM state aid not final

Pilot union VNV and FNV have not yet reached an agreement with KLM about a longer duration of the cuts, the unions announced on Saturday. A new agreement between the airline and the employees' organizations is an important condition for the billions in support from the cabinet.

Fluff goes Dutch: the 5 most beautiful stories of Maradona in the Netherlands

Diego Maradona turned 60 today. His life is a succession of wonderful anecdotes and bizarre moments. These are the five most beautiful stories of 'Fluffy' in the Netherlands.

Website Education Executive Agency is experiencing a malfunction

The website of the Education Executive Agency (DUO) is not available on Monday morning due to a malfunction. The service is off the air both via the website and by telephone.
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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."