Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

Tax minister ‘cheated and deceived’ by Swiss government

Tax Minister Karsten Lauritzen claims to have been ‘double crossed’ by the Swiss government regarding a debt collection deal. Around 800 Danish nationals with a collective tax debt to Denmark of DKK175m (€25m)…

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Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

Far-right Swedes excluded by DPP

The leader of the far-right Sweden Democrats has expressed disappointment his party wasn’t invited to join the Danish People’s Party (DPP) in the European Alliance of Peoples and Nations (EAPN), alongside the Alternative for…

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Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

Anti-Islamist could play decisive role in election

Notorious Islam critic Rasmus Paludan’s extremist Stram Kurs party won’t decide the outcome of the upcoming election but could play a decisive role by ‘stealing’ votes from centre-right parties, according to BT. In an…

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Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

Social Democrats target ‘fat cat’ salaries

The Social Democrats have distanced themselves from party whip Henrik Sass Larsen’s call for a cap on executive salaries. In an in interview with financial daily Børsen, Monday, Mr Sass Larsen said a…

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Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

Conservatives dispute need for 10,000 African migrants

Conservative party leadership has dismissed a suggestion by its lead candidate in the upcoming EU election that Europe needs 10 million African migrants to fill the manpower gap. After Pernille Weiss claimed in…

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Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

Energy agency pushes for more offshore wind farms

The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) has identified 12-15 prospective offshore wind sites that, it claims, could ‘deliver more power than is currently consumed in Denmark.’ Energy and climate minister Lars Christian Lilleholt said:…

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Posted on 30. Apr, 2019 in: News

SAS boss calls for compromise as pilots’ strike hits 280,000 passengers

Rickard Gustafson, the CEO of Scandinavian airline SAS, has urged company and union negotiators to come up with a deal to end a pilot strike that has disrupted travel plans for hundreds of…

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Denmark, Estonia still under legal threat from EU

The EU’s financial watchdog, the European Banking Authority (EBA), may have cleared the supervisory authorities in Denmark and Estonia of any wrongdoing in the Danske Bank money laundering scandal but both countries  remain…

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Posted on 29. Apr, 2019 in: News

Election 2019: Løkke won’t give up without a fight

Opinion polls suggest that Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen’s time as prime minister and Liberal leader may be coming to end but the ‘Comeback Kid’ isn’t ready to ride off into the sunset…

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Posted on 29. Apr, 2019 in: News

Far right party on election ballot

The far-right right ‘Stram Kurs’ (Firm Direction) party, led by notorious Islam critic Rasmus Paludan, has now gathered the 20,109 voter declarations needed and will be on the ballot at the upcoming election –…

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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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