- Four-party talks in the Netherlands to form a coalition government have collapsed.
- Immigration, climate and income policy were among the most divisive issues.
- The liberal party of caretaker prime minister Mark Rutte had been negotiating with the Christian Democrats, liberal Democrats and Greens since the election in March.
- The obvious next step is to swap the Greens for the Christian Union.
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