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11 September 2019

In a Facebook post, MP Zuhal Demir responds to the report on Koran schools in the Netherlands. MP Zuhal Demir also responded on the news programme De Ochtend on Radio 1. The report on the Dutch Nieuwsuur programme demonstrates what teachers in primary and secondary schools are constantly warning …

9 September 2019

“At Plopsa Coo, the future President of the European Council Charles Michel raps the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel on his knuckles. The level of Belgian politics continues to surprise and amaze, and the budget debate deserves to be handled more seriously.” The N-VA responds to Charles …

6 September 2019

In 2018, the aviation police discovered twice as many cases of human trafficking as in 2017. Additionally, 94 terrorist suspects have been apprehended in our airports so far this year. All this thanks to Jan Jambon. Significant increase thanks to screenings In 2018, the aviation police discovered …

5 September 2019

In the last few weeks, the shared bicycles of Uber, the electric mopeds of Felyx and the shared scooters of Hive, Wind and Tier have all been removed from Brussels (or parts of Brussels) at the decision of the companies that operate them. The reasons are always the same: vandalism, thefts and …

31 August 2019

The N-VA is launching two legislative proposals for a more tightly controlled migration. It wants to monitor more closely who is granted asylum as a parent of a child born here and it wants to make the conditions for family reunification more stringent. Proposal 1: checks of false parenthood With …

23 August 2019

We’ve entered the Brexit endgame. Deal or no deal, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on October 31 — or so British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has repeated day in, day out since he moved into No. 10 Downing Street. The effects of Britain’s exit will be largely negative — from welfare …