Posted on 23. Aug, 2016 in: News

Top earners pay one third of all tax revenue

The top-10 per cent earners in Denmark pay a collective DKK214bn (€29bn) annually in tax – around one third of all tax revenue – a new study by right-leaning think tank Cepos reveals….

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Posted on 23. Aug, 2016 in: News

Turkey crackdown leads to death threats in Denmark

Turkish-Danish supporters of US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen, who Ankara has accused of being the architect of last month’s attempted coup, have been threatened with violence and even death. Journalist Hasan Cücük, who…

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Posted on 23. Aug, 2016 in: News

Turkish kids withdrawn from ‘Gülen’ schools

Hundreds of  Turkish residents have withdrawn their children from schools with alleged links to the US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen, who the Turkish government claims masterminded last month’s attempted coup. According to TV2…

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Posted on 23. Aug, 2016 in: News

Police hunt for killers in motorway attack

Police are looking for the murderers who threw heavy bricks from an overhead bridge onto the Funen motorway near Odense, Sunday, killing a German woman and seriously injuring her husband as their car…

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Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 in: News

Løkke’s dinner date with Merkel

Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has been invited to a working dinner hosted by Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel this Friday to discuss the ‘post-Brexit’ EU, alongside leaders from Holland, Sweden, and Finland. The…

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Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 in: News

Justice Minister: Islam fears ‘fuel extremism’

Right-wing politicians and commentators who constantly warn that Denmark and the west are at war with Islam are fuelling the threat of a terrorist attack, Justice Minister Søren Pind told Politiken, Sunday. The…

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Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 in: News

Fogh Rasmussen: Obama’s Syria policy ‘a disaster’

Ex-Danish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen has strongly criticised President Obama’s Syria policy. In a video Facebook message, the former NATO Secretary General claims the President’s failure to act when Syrian President Bashar al-Assad…

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Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 in: News

DPP MEP denies identity theft charge

Morten Messerschmidt has denied charges of identity theft. The Danish People’s Party (DPP) MEP was reported to the police last week by former colleague Rikke Karlsson, who accused him of illegally listing her…

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Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 in: News

Government aims for new property tax system

Overhauling the complex property tax system will be a top priority for the ruling Liberals in the new legislative session. The current system is a combination of two separate taxes – one imposed on…

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Posted on 22. Aug, 2016 in: News

Cars torched in Copenhagen

More than ten cars were set on fire in Copenhagen, early Sunday morning. Deputy police inspector Rasmus Skovsgaard refused to rule out that arsonists could be copying Sweden where 70 cars have been…

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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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