Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Støjberg accused of ‘Muslim bashing’

Integration Minister Inger Støjberg has been accused of ‘Muslim bashing’ to divert attention from her own problems. Following the premiere of the musical The Book of Mormon in Copenhagen, a satirical take on the Mormon…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Opposition ready to grill Løkke today

Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen is facing a grilling from opposition MPs at a parliamentary consultation today regarding his personal relationship with the so-called ‘quota kings’ who control large proportions of fishing licensing…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Defence Minister defends boss

Defence Minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen reacted angrily yesterday to accusations by the Danish People’s Party’s (DPP) fisheries spokesman, Ib Poulsen, that fishing quota kings’ have ‘been allowed to buy influence with the government.’…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Denmark number 3 in health

Denmark has the 3rd-best health sector in Europe, a new report by the Swedish-based Health Consumer Powerhouse shows. The Euro Health Consumer Index ranks Holland number one followed by Switzerland at number 2. Norway,…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Prosperous Poles pose problem for Danish labour market

Poland, Romania, and other East European countries have provided much-needed manpower for the Danish labour market over the past five years but with living standards now rising in Eastern Europe, many of their ‘guest…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Lower business tax but revenue remains the same

Consecutive governments since 1996 have lowered the corporate tax rate but the overall amount of tax paid by companies is virtually the same today as it was twenty years ago. A new Tax…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

10 companies pay a third of all corporate tax revenue

Ten companies alone paid more than a third of all corporate tax revenue collected by the state in 2016, a new Tax Ministry report shows. Out of the DKK60.5bn ($10bn) paid in tax…

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Posted on 31. Jan, 2018 in: News

Arson attack on sex abuse kindergarten?

A kindergarten at the centre of a child abuse scandal has been burned to the ground.  Fire fighters were still fighting the blaze early this morning at the institution in Høje-Taastrup, west of…

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Posted on 30. Jan, 2018 in: News

Integration Minister: The sad truth about Islam

Denmark has been ‘scared into silence’ by a ‘bunch of violent Islamists’, Integration Minister Inger Støjberg claims in an op-ed article in tabloid daily BT under the heading, ‘The sad truth about Islam’….

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Posted on 30. Jan, 2018 in: News

High Court asks for EU ruling on family reunification

Thousands of foreign nationals who’ve been refused residency in Denmark could have their applications re-evaluated after the High Court asked the EU for an assessment as to whether Turks have for years illegally…

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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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