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Published in: ATZ worldwide 10/2021

01-10-2021 | Editorial

Nessie's Fate

Author: Frank Jung

Published in: ATZ worldwide | Issue 10/2021

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Be honest - how often have you felt like swimming in a Scottish loch? So it shouldn't be any surprise that the mythical creature in Loch Ness is pretty much guaranteed to appear in the media only during the summer months, because monsters are ultimately much like people. The real reason for this is, of course, the silly season, when not only do the newspapers struggle to find stories, but, according to the dictionary, politicians also take the opportunity to bring up their favorite topics for discussion. How does this bring me around to the subject of Andreas Scheuer? Well, it has recently not only been the silly season, but also, unnoticed by many people, election time in Germany. And this is when a top-class headline-maker like Nessie is dragged out of the cupboard. A subject over which "the Germans tear each other apart," as the Spiegel TV channel rather dramatically put it around two years ago. Of course, we're talking about the speed limit. …
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Title
Nessie's Fate
Author
Frank Jung
Publication date
01-10-2021
Publisher
Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
Published in
ATZ worldwide / Issue 10/2021
Electronic ISSN: 2192-9076
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s38311-021-0729-z

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