Posted on 12. Jan, 2020 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, January 6th – 12th 2020:

Politics/Economy: Opposition leader Jakob Ellemann-Jensen said the Social Liberals (Radikale) were ‘steamrollered’ by their centre-left allies during budget negotiations in December and he was ‘disappointed’ to see the centrist party betray its own…

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Posted on 06. Jan, 2020 in: TWTW

While you were away: A round up of the Christmas – New Year news 16.12.19 – 3.1.20

Politics/Economy: Mette Frederiksen focused on the plight of vulnerable kids in the traditional Prime Minister’s New Year speech to the nation – as the self-proclaimed ‘PM for Children’ she said it’s time to…

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Posted on 15. Dec, 2019 in: TWTW

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

Politics/Economy: Climate Minister Dan Jørgensen was applauded at the COP25 summit in Madrid after presenting the government’s ambitious climate bill aimed at reducing CO2 emissions by 70% over the next decade. Denmark is…

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Posted on 08. Dec, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, December 2nd – December 8th 2019

Politics/Economy: The government and its allies finally reached agreement on the 2020 budget that will increase welfare spending across the board – more childcare workers, more funding for schools, and more money for…

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Posted on 01. Dec, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, November 25th –December 1st 2019:

Politics/Economy: Ahead of this week’s summit of allied leaders in London to mark NATO’s 70th anniversary the Danish government is preparing to accede to Donald Trump’s demand to spend at least 2% of…

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Posted on 24. Nov, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, November 18th – November 24th 2019:

Politics/Economy: Less than two weeks after being founded by Liberal Alliance (LA) defectors Simon Emil Ammitzbøll-Bille and Christina Egelund, the new, centre-right party, Forward, is floundering at just 0.1% in a new poll….

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Posted on 17. Nov, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, November 11th – November 17th 2019:

Politics/Economy: Parties on the left distanced themselves from Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s claim that international conventions ‘protect the wrong people’ and are forcing Denmark to repatriate Danish jihadists – in response to the…

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Posted on 11. Nov, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, November 4th – November 10th 2019

Politics/Economy: A new political party, ‘Fremad’ (Forward), launched by Liberal Alliance defectors Simon Emil Ammitzbøll-Bille and Christina Egelund, was given a collective ‘thumbs down’ by leading newspapers who warned it will lead to…

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Posted on 03. Nov, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, October 28th – November 3rd 2019:

Politics/Economy: The government’s left-wing allies pushed for significant tax hikes to fund their demands for more welfare – the Red/Greens called for more taxes on shares and capital gains, the Socialist People’s Party…

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Posted on 27. Oct, 2019 in: TWTW

The Week That Was, October 21st – 28th 2019:

Politics/Economy: The climate topped the agenda on the first day of budget negotiations hosted by Finance Minister Nikolaj Wammen, Monday – the government’s parliamentary backers tabled a list of ’green’ demands, including a…

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