Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

Benefits reform will expand public sector warns think-tank

The right-leaning think-tank CEPOS has expressed concern that the government’s plan to force benefits recipients to do community work for their handouts will only expand the already bloated public sector. MD Mads Lundby…

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Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

Government to cut corporation tax

Corporation (business) tax will be cut from 25 per cent to 22 per cent as part of the government’s new stimulus package for the business sector, TV2 News reports. However, it’s not all…

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Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

No upswing in sight says Minister

Despite the government’s efforts to stimulate the economy there’s no immediate upswing in sight, according to Economy Minister Margrethe  Vestager who warned last night that it will take a long time to emerge from…

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Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

Comeback for Social Democrats?

The Social Democrats have been given their biggest show of support since the 2011 general election. After a constant 18-month downslide, a new Rambøll/Analyse poll gives the ruling party 23 per cent, compared…

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Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

LA dismisses gun proposal

The Liberal Alliance (LA) has been forced to publicly reject a proposal from its own youth wing that people in this country should be allowed to carry guns. After the head of Liberal…

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Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

Ex-PM honoured by South Korea

Liberal leader Lars Løkke Rasmussen has been awarded a prestigious order by South Korea, honouring his work as chair of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) where he’s ‘strengthened the organisation’s internationalisation and…

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Posted on 25. Feb, 2013 in: News

Danish abattoir reported for selling horse meat.

A spokesman for the Danish Food & Veterinary Administration confirmed that Hårby Slaugherhouse in east Jutland has been reported to the police for failing to declare on its packaging that its minced beef…

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Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 in: News

Mohammed cartoons re-surface in new film

There are fears that a new short-film to be released this Spring could spark off a new cartoons crisis. The 20-minute film, written by Jacob Mchangama, a paralegal at the right-leaning think-tank CEPOS,…

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Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 in: News

Anti-Islam critic comes out of hiding

Lars Hedegaard, who narrowly escaped assassination two weeks ago, emerged from hiding last night to attend a conference discussing freedom of speech at Christiansborg. The anti-Islam critic, who was found guilty, but later…

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Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 in: News

Call for commission to investigate PET

The far-left Red/Green Alliance is demanding that an independent commission be set up to investigate allegations that Danish Intelligence (PET) helped its US counterpart, the CIA, to track down terrorist leaders and murder…

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