Posted on 14. Jul, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, July 7th – July 14th 2019:

Politics/Economy: Parties on the left urged the government to drop plans to change the name of the controversial integration benefit’ to ‘repatriation benefit’ – the Social Liberals’ (Radikale) acting policy spokesman, Kristian Hegaar,…

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Posted on 07. Jul, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, July 1st – July 7th 2019:

Politics/Economy: New Immigration Minister Mattias Tesfay signalled a softer tone in the immigration debate by removing a ‘legislation counter’ from the ministry’s website, used by his predecessor Inger Støjberg to proudly show how…

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Posted on 30. Jun, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, June 24th – 30th 2019:

Politics/Economy: Social Democrat leader Mette Frederiksen became Denmark’s youngest-ever prime minister after finalising terms for a one-party minority government with her left-wing allies. After Denmark became the third Nordic country this year to…

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Posted on 23. Jun, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, June 17th – 23nd 2019:

Politics/Economy: Social Democrat leader Mette Frederiksen acknowledged the disagreement between the centre-left parties on economic policy remains a major stumbling block to the formation of a new government. Although the Social Democrats, Red/Greens,…

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Posted on 16. Jun, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, June 16th – 22nd 2019:

Politics/Economy: Mette Frederiksen has a very strong chance of becoming Denmark’s next prime minister according to her allies on the left. After four days of negotiations, Social Liberal (Radikale) leader Morten Østergaard said,…

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Posted on 02. Jun, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, May 27th – June 2nd 2019

Politics/Economy: Election 2019: The latest YouGov poll for tabloid daily BT projected the centre-left parties are on course to win more than 100 seats in this week’s election, the biggest win for the…

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Posted on 26. May, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, May 20th – May 26th 2019

Politics/Economy: Election 2019: Lars Løkke Rasmussen and Mette Frederiksen went head to head in their first ‘presidential’ debate – the PM focussed on immigration and warned his rival would roll back the government’s…

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Posted on 19. May, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, May 13th – May 16th 2019

Politics: Election 2019 The opposition’s lead in the polls is turning into a landslide – if an election was held right now the ‘red bloc’ parties would win by 57%-43% merging giving them…

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Posted on 12. May, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, May 5th – May 12th 2019

Politics/Economy: Election 2019: After months of speculation Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen finally named the date for the general election – Constitution Day, June 5th. As the election campaign got underway a new…

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Posted on 05. May, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, April 29th – May 5th 2019

Politics/Economy: The far-right right ‘Stram Kurs’ party, led by notorious Islam critic Rasmus Paludan, is at 2.7% in a new Megafon poll for TV2, above the 2 percent hurdle needed to enter parliament – Justice…

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