Vandaag zouden Minister-President Mark Rutte en Sigrid Kaag van D66 een bezoek brengen aan Prime Minister Boris Johnson van het Verenigd Koninkrijk in 10 Downing Street. Nu Sigrid haar functie als Minister van Buitenlandse Zaken heeft neergelegd valt dat voorgenomen bezoek helaas te betwijfelen.
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09:15 Malou Petter meldde zojuist in het NOS Journaal dat het bezoek van Mark Rutte aan Boris Johnson doorgaat vandaag. 11:34 Ontvangen Andrew-Neil-stepped-GB-News-differences-board-managers Andrew Neil breaks silence and says he stepped down from GB News over ‘differences with the board and managers’ and ‘the direction the channel was heading in’ and admits launch wasn’t a ‘startling success’. Andrew Neil announced his departure from GB News in a tweet posted Monday. He told BBC Question Time he had ‘differences’ with board on channel’s future. Neil added that he felt like he was in a ‘minority of one’ about GB News’ direction By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline Published: 10:18 BST, 17 September 2021 | Updated: 10:18 BST, 17 September 2021. Andrew Neil has broken his silence after stepping down from GB News and has revealed he had differences with the board and managers on the direction the channel was heading. The journalist and broadcaster, 72, appeared on BBC’s Question Time days after announcing his departure from the fledgling channel and saying it was ‘time to reduce my commitments on a number of fronts’. However, there had been speculation for several weeks that Neil had fallen out with GB News CEO Angelos Frangopoulos over their alleged differing visions for the channel’s direction. And Neil told Question Time last night that ‘more and more differences’ had emerged between him and station bosses and he felt he was in a ‘minority of one’ about its future. He also added that the launch of GB News could not be described as a ‘startling success’.
P.S. Vandaag is het Bevrijdingsdag in Nijmegen.