Good morning! A mouthcap is mandatory in public areas as of today. And Environmental Defense meets Shell in court on a climate change case.
Today, some showers are pulling across the land, locally with some hail. In the afternoon it gradually gets drier and there is some room for the sun. The afternoon temperature is between 7 and 10 degrees, the wind comes from the north and is quite powerful along the coast.
Are you going on the road? Here you will find the overview of the activities. Check the timetable for the track here.
What can you expect today?
What did you miss?
The clock is ticking, time is running out, it‘s five to twelve for the Brexit negotiations. On 31 December, the British leave the European Union with or without a deal. And so it is again crucial days, weeks and hours, because the treaty still needs to be approved by the Heads of Government, and the European Parliament must also agree to it before that time.
Next week, 27 EU leaders will meet in Brussels for a physical summit. They want to be able to look each other in the eye, because there are a lot of problems that need to be solved.
Other news from the night:
And then here’s this:
The Loden Leeuw has been awarded: the annual prize for most annoying advertising. This year the dubious honor went to Haribo and Martien Meiland.
Martien Meiland received the Loden Lion for the most annoying advertisement in which a BN‘er plays the leading role. The commercial in which he can be seen for the Bingo Friends Lottery received 45 percent of the votes.
Haribo’s commercial was elected with 39 percent of the votes. Also last year the candy manufacturer managed to cause the most annoyance, the commercial remained unchanged. Unlike last year, Haribo refused to accept the prize.
The “most annoying” advertising starring Martien Meiland: