The history student tweeted the document from his Twitter address, making himself an instant celebrity. “Every year there is a huge struggle between the different media companies to get the budget details first, so I started searching and came up with it pretty easily. Since then I’ve been inundated with interview requests and still have 200 missed calls.”
Its publication forced the prime minister, Mark Rutte, to concede that the document was genuine and all the details correct, including a breakdown of €3 billion in tax increases for industry.
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