Inside Europe - 30 November 2023

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What are the lessons from the Dutch elections won by far-right firebrand Geert Wilders, London receives its annual Christmas gift from Norway and Germany grapples with a €60 billion hole in its budget. Also: a new Lviv art venue opens amid the Ukraine war, earthquake legislation in Romania forces small firms to close and French winemakers ask: 'Where have all the drinkers gone?'
30 Nov 2023 English Germany Society & Culture

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