Posted on 29. Jul, 2013 in: News

‘Whistleblowers’ will receive better protection

Civil servants who have publicly reported contemptible conditions in the workplace, often at great risk to themselves – a.k.a., ‘whistleblowers’ – should be supported and protected by new public laws, said legal spokesperson…

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Posted on 29. Jul, 2013 in: News

Plan to rescue Danske Bank from collapse comes to light

It has been revealed that the National Bank held secret meetings with the management of Danske Bank back in 2008 and 2009, and had several billion kroner set aside that could be mobilised…

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Posted on 29. Jul, 2013 in: News

Government’s “sloppy” use of consultants comes under scrutiny

The chairman of the Public Accounts Committee admitted that the government’s National Audit Office and Public Accounting Office have not paid enough attention to problems caused by the state’s use of private consultants,…

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Posted on 29. Jul, 2013 in: News

DPP: Let’s pay Eastern European countries to take back convicted criminals

With close to 400 Eastern Europeans in Danish prisons, the government has appointed a task force to ensure that foreign inmates are sent back home to serve their sentences; EU member states are…

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Posted on 29. Jul, 2013 in: News

Home exchanges are a burgeoning phenomenon

The ailing Danish tourism industry is receiving a boost from an under-reported source: foreign tourists who pay to stay at Danish homes or swap homes with Danes. Official statistics have thus far missed…

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Posted on 26. Jul, 2013 in: News

SD: Yellow unions’ members should not be allowed tax deductions

According to Social Democratic labour spokesperson Leif Lahn Jensen, the approximately 250,000 members of the yellow trade unions should not be allowed to make certain deductions on their tax returns to SKAT. He…

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Posted on 26. Jul, 2013 in: News

Bank loan rates increase while Danes spend more

According to statistics from the National Bank, interest rates for new bank loans have increased for the third consecutive month. After beginning an upward trend in March, when the rate stood at 5.5…

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Posted on 26. Jul, 2013 in: News

Denmark has the safest roads in Europe

Among all the European countries, Denmark has now been rated first in road safety by an international organisation, the European Traffic Safety Council. Having previously lagged far behind neighbouring Scandinavian countries Sweden and…

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Posted on 26. Jul, 2013 in: News

Bang & Olufsen receive high marks among luxury consumers

A new study conducted by the consulting firm Brand:Trust has shown that Bang & Olufsen, a Danish company that manufacturers and sells high-quality home electronics, has gained a high level of consumer confidence…

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Posted on 26. Jul, 2013 in: News

Politicians under surveillance when travelling

Former operative chief of Danish Intelligence (PET) Jørn Bro has warned that Danish politicians should be aware that they are very likely under surveillance while travelling abroad. “To Intelligence Services, politicians are interesting…

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