Todays Headlines   18-1-2017
National
Asylum seekers to be detained longer for thorough screening

Author of jihad study expressed support for IS fighters online

Wiebes ends amnesty scheme for undeclared savings

 
Politics
Ambassador apologises for ‘No more feeding the beast’ remark

 
Business & Economics
Employers: swap redundancy payments for career-long training

 
Ambassador apologises for ‘No more feeding the beast’ remark De Volkskrant, page 16
1-01-1970
hat Gert Wilders is not the best-loved politicians among civil servants is a public secret. In 2009 the journal re.Public, with 160,000 subscribers in the public sector, reported on the basis of a survey that half of all civil servants in central government, the provinces and municipalities did not want to work under a PVV minister.
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Asylum seekers to be detained longer for thorough screening De Volkskrant, page 14
1-01-1970
Asylum seekers suspected of supporting Muslim extremism will be kept in the registration procedure for longer than has been possible up to now in order to allow further investigation.
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Author of jihad study expressed support for IS fighters online NRC Handelsblad, page 1
1-01-1970
A study by the University of Amsterdam into women who have joined the terrorist movement IS was carried out by a researcher who has herself praised the violent jihad on Internet.
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Wiebes ends amnesty scheme for undeclared savings Financiele Dagblad, page 1
1-01-1970
The government is abolishing the voluntary disclosure scheme for people with savings that have not been declared to the tax authorities. Taxpayers who correct an inaccurate tax return within two years of submitting it will no longer get off with a warning but will be fined up to 120% of the amount of the tax due.
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Employers: swap redundancy payments for career-long training Financiele Dagblad, page 5
1-01-1970
The AWVN, the country’s second-largest employers’ organisation, is calling for reform of the redundancy payment system.
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