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Among the measures affecting families are an end to free school books, reductions in child benefit and less government cash for students. Arie Slob, fractieleider van de ChristenUnie: Bridges are not being built between everyone. If you have a family
Dutch far-Right MP Geert Wilders, head of the "Freedom Party" (Partij voor de Vrijheid). Wilders, the leader of the far-right Freedom Party, who according to his website , frequently warns about the dangers of Islamic radicalism, has previously
AFP On Monday afternoon, local time, the Dutch politician Geert Wilders used Twitter to announce he had cancelled his trip to Australia...Wilders was to have given public speeches in Sydney and Melbourne in the next two weeks...Normally a visa
An Australian anti-Islam group invited Wilders to give two speeches later this month but the Dutch parliamentarian has not yet received a visa. Last month, Australia's immigration minister Chris Bouwen defended the time taken to process the visa
Among those standing down voluntarily is parliamentary chairwoman Gerdi Verbeet of the PvdA, who has been an MP since 2001...CDA dissidents Ad Koppejan and Kathleen Ferrier who campaigned against the alliance with Geert Wilders anti-immigration PVV
Kamp is currently sounding out all parties on possible coalitions, prior to appointing an informateur who will start negotiations between the most likely partners, probably the VVD and Labour. These two parties together have 30 seats in the senate,
Britain-based Taji Mustafa from the Muslim political group Hizb ut-Tahrir flew out of Australia on Monday night, leaving behind a trail of controversy after the Opposition tagged him as a hate preacher and called for the cancellation of his visa...
The Netherlands has voted and no one really expected the result. The centre-right liberal party VVD of Prime Minister Mark Rutte achieved its best score ever (26.5 per cent) and is set to lead the next government. The social democratic PvdA under its
The VVD is second in all four, with its best result, 25% in The Hague. Support for the PVV in Rotterdam fell from 19% to 11% but it remains the third party. © DutchNews.nl We are not currently accepting comments on this article.
Across the rich countries, and across the political spectrum, there is an unstated but palpable longing for a return to the 1950s. This 50s nostalgia takes different forms on the left and on the right. For progressives, the backward-looking wish is