Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

Government unveils 2025 plan

The government published its much-anticipated 2025 plan, Tuesday, touching on all areas of the economy with moves to boost growth, create jobs, limit welfare entitlements, and slow immigration. The main points: Tax: Prime…

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

2025: Emergency brake on refugee influx

One of the key areas of the government’s 2025 plan, published Tuesday, is the emergency brake proposal that would allow the authorities to reject asylum seekers at the borders in times of crisis….

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

2025: Lower growth in 2016, 2017

The government has lowered its growth projection for both this year and next, citing an economy struggling to cope with an international slowdown and the prospect of slightly slower growth in Europe in…

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

2025: Reduced growth partially due to Brexit

Ahead of negotiations surrounding Great Britain’s impending departure from the EU, the Danish government has suggested the country shouldn’t be allowed to stop paying toward European Union projects that were started while it…

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

2025: Snap election if parties refuse to compromise

Despite potential political obstacles in the government’s 2025 plan the prime minister should be able to reach an across the centre deal, leading political commentator Hans Engell said last night. But at the…

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

2025: DPP has no worries about potential election

The Danish People’s Party (DPP) isn’t concerned about the prospect of a snap election if cross-party negotiations about the government’s 2025 plan break down. Party leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl warned in a TV…

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

Refugee island excludes unwanted Danish politicians

The six members of parliament’s Immigration and Integration Affairs Committee who left Copenhagen on Saturday for a fact-finding trip to the controversial offshore detention centre for asylum-seekers on the island of Nauru have cancelled…

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Posted on 31. Aug, 2016 in: News

Nauru government: We aren’t home right now but if you’d like to leave a message……

Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen has been drawn into the visa dispute with the Nauruan government. After hearing the news that three MPs were declined a visa to visit the island’s controversial offshore detention…

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Posted on 30. Aug, 2016 in: News

PM offers compromised tax cut deal

Across the board tax cuts, but not for the country’s highest earners – the main points of the government’s 2025 long-term economic plan aimed at making Denmark DKK 65bn ($10 bn) richer and…

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Posted on 30. Aug, 2016 in: News

Opposition rejects tax cuts

The Social Democrats have already dismissed the government’s move to cut income tax for those who earn more than DKK467,300 a year. Policy spokesman Nikolaj Wammnen said his party has made it very…

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