Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

No repeat of the 1980’s says Prime Minister

Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said today that by bringing forward DKK17.5bn in planned public sector investments to kick-start the economy, the government will ensure that young people today don’t experience the same disillusionment…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

Government ‘flip-flops’ says DPP

The government is guilty of ‘flip-flopping’ according to the Danish People’s Party’s (DPP) deputy leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl after Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt announced an extra DKK7bn public sector investment to kick-start the…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

Libya and Sharia: ‘We were duped’

The NATO-led international coalition’s mission in Libya comes to an end today with Danish politicians claiming that the country has spent DKK500m and dropped 923 bombs to replace a dictator with a government…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

Immigration concern

Experts have warned that by easing immigration restrictions the government is opening up the floodgates for foreigners. Population expert and professor in demography Poul Christian Matthiessen predicted that Denmark in future could expect…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, October 24th – 30th, 2011

Politics The S/SL/SPP coalition has made the worst start of any government for forty years as the Social Democrats and Socialist People’s Party, the backbone of the new government, continue to lose support…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: spanish

LA PASADA SEMANA: del 24 al 30 de octubre de 2011

POLITICA La nueva coalición gubernamental formada por los Socialdemócratas, el Partido Socialista Popular y el Partido Social Liberal ha sufrido el peor inicio que cualquier otro gobierno haya experimentado en los últimos 40…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

DKK600m hike in development aid

After years of cutbacks, the new government is preparing to increase Denmark’s development aid funding by DKK600m, specifically earmarked to alleviate the famine catastrophe in the Horn of Africa. The former Lib/Con coalition,…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

Billions more to kick-start the economy

The new government is ready to spend a further DKK7bn on public sector investment. In her opening speech to parliament, Prime Minister announced plans to kick start the economy with DKK10bn to renovate…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

Government’s ‘family aid’

The government will remove the cap on child support benefits imposed by the former Lib/Con coalition. To fight the constant charges of broken promises, the S/SL/SPP coalition has signalled a number of voter-friendly…

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Posted on 31. Oct, 2011 in: News

More text messages could trap Sass-Larsen

Henrik Sass Larsen’s attempt at a political comeback could be derailed by the release of more embarrassing text messages. The former Social Democrat policy spokesman, who was ruled out of a top cabinet…

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7:59 – All the Danish News That Fits

7:59 – Danish News Today, is the most reliable source of daily Danish news in English for diplomats, the ex-pat community, the business sector, or anyone in Denmark or abroad seeking an insight into what’s happening in Denmark right now.

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