Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 in: News

Audio tapes are proof, not transcripts says legal expert

Tabloid daily Ekstra Bladet’s ‘Taxgate’ transcripts of alleged conversations with former Tax Ministry spin doctor, Peter Arnfeldt, prove nothing and shouldn’t be used as evidence, legal expert Professor Eva Smith of Copenhagen University…

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Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 in: News

Tax Commission: Who, what, where?

A brief introduction to the Tax Commission that convened, Tuesday, to investigate possible political intervention in Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and her husband, Stephen Kinnock’s personal tax details – the so-called ‘Taxgate Affair’….

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Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 in: News

Why is Denmark so expensive?

Top business leaders have acknowledged that it’s difficult to demand wage restraint from workers when goods in this country are so expensive. CEO Steen Riisgaard of global bio-tech company Novozymes said it would…

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Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 in: News

Vestas flirts with Japanese giant

Struggling wind-energy company Vestas is reportedly in talks with Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in a move that could lead to much-needed capital injection, reports Reuters News. Vestas shares rose by 18 per cent,…

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Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 in: News

SAS pilot was drunk

A 46-year-old SAS pilot scheduled to fly a plane to Copenhagen was relieved of his duties when he admitted to ‘feeling tipsy’. He admitted to having drunk four strong beers the night before,…

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Posted on 29. Aug, 2012 in: News

Police tolerate drug pushers on Vesterbro streets

There have been just 17 drug-related arrests in the inner city district of Vesterbro over the past three months where pushers claim they are free to do virtually what they want. A TV2…

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Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

Gay allegations were a ‘misunderstanding’ says PM’s accountant

Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s former personal accountant, Frode Holm, who allegedly informed the tax authorities that her husband, Stephen Kinnock, is a homosexual, now claims it was a ‘misunderstanding’ but has declined to…

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Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

Taxgate: Crucial audio evidence missing

Tabloid daily Eksta Bladet, which broke the Taxgate affair, has no proof that it was the former Tax Minister’s ‘spin doctor’, Peter Arnfeldt, who leaked Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s personal tax details to the press…

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Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

2013 Budget: Deficit halved, unemployment up, more money for Royal Family

The government published its budget proposals, Monday, with no great surprises. As the coalition’s guarantor of a parliamentary majority, the far-left Red/Green Alliance will be the first party invited to negotiations, followed by…

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Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

Economists doubt government’s growth forecast

Lower economic growth and higher unemployment this year – the gloomy forecast from the Finance Ministry in its latest Quarterly Economic Outlook, published Monday in connection with the government’s budget proposals. From a…

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