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A red-block majority holds Troels Lund Poulsen (Lib) politically accountable for the leaking of Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s tax details to BT.
There is broad political backing for an agreement to prevent radicalisation of young people.
The majority of new refugees who take up residence in Denmark in 2015 after a period in a refugee centre will end up in Jutland.
MPs from both wings have branded the Iraq Commission a farce and are demanding to know why it is still not making any progress in its work.
Since 1996, salty liquorice products, which contain ammonium chloride, have been labelled for adult-only consumption, but all that is about to change.
A broad political majority is to propose legislation that will make it possible to use a greater number of organs for transplants than previously.
Major parties criticised for their reticence to discuss the EU bank union.
If you visit old people, repair a kindergarden playground or do other voluntary work, make sure you check your insurance first.
The Danish Immigration Service has decided to continue granting asylum to the majority of refugees from Eritrea.
The Danish government is to introduce new restrictions on CO2 particle emissions from woodburning stoves.
A new video system for considering extensions of custody has been installed in 56 courts and 150 prisons and detention centres throughout Denmark.
New figures reveal that the Danish National Bank’s negative interest rate on certificates of deposit has cost banks around DKK 370 million.
The majority of complaints to the Danish Ombudsman’s Children and Young People’s Office are rejected out of hand.
New statistics show that from once being considered an extreme sport, more women and elderly people are running marathons.
Only 70 per cent of women in the Region of Southern Denmark are accepting the offer to be screened for cell changes in the womb.
Organisations that work to fight human trafficking have criticised the Government for turning back on its promises.
The National Museum of Denmark opens its new treasure exhibition, which includes items from one of the biggest shipwrecks in Danish history.
People in Denmark will also feel the effects of the ECB stimulus package.
A number of Danish municipalities are currently experiencing major cyber attacks involving extortion.
Only 14,815 refugees sought asylum in Denmark in 2014 – far under Government estimates of 20,000.
Ministers Dan Jørgensen (SocDem) and Manu Sareen (SocLib) have come up with an idea to improve the provision of food to elderly people requiring care.
When criminals are deported from Denmark, it would be reasonable to assume that they never return, but that is frequently not the case.
This afternoon, history will most likely be written in the European economy – and Denmark could benefit.
A 31-year-old man has been remanded in custody for four weeks by the Court in Frederiksberg for making terror threats on Facebook.
Illegal skunk growers across the country are costing power companies, and hence consumers, millions of kroner.
There is nothing remarkable in the fact that 3 has never paid tax in Denmark given that the company has not yet made any profit, says 3 boss.
The immigration policy of the Danish People’s Party is no longer strict enough for many Danes.
For many years, the majority of Danes have been completely misunderstanding a key political term – “labour supply”.
The government anticipates that asylum-related costs in 2015 will rise sharply to DKK 9.2 billion, according to figures from a number of ministries.
Car buyers appear not to be overly concerned about equipment that could stop them getting hurt or even save their lives, according to a new survey.
Manu Sareen has defied the political majority and acceded to the demands of national handicap organisations in regard to a controversial proposal.
The EU is now wooing a number of Arabic countries and more of its western partners in the hope of stemming the tide of terrorist attacks in Europe.
Support for Danish daily Jyllands-Posten’s decision to publish the controversial Mohammed cartoons has never been greater that it is today.
The Femern Belt project has now been hit by further delays.
A new European project aims to make it easier to diagnose outbreaks of infection across international borders.
Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt is to visit Sierra Leone, where she will also visit Danish health personnel there to help fight the Ebola epidemic.
In future, students at the University of Southern Denmark will have their computers monitored when they sit exams.
The government’s plan to attract a greater proportion of the soft drinks trade back into Danish supermarkets has not gone as well as expected.
Togfonden – the foundation designed to provide investment in the Danish rail network has fallen victim to record low oil prices.
An increasing number of major sports events are being held in counties with poor human rights records.
Denmark is donating DKK 12.5 million to support the victims of the worsening humanitarian situation in Nigeria and its neighbouring countries.
The Liberals are proposing that in future citizens should be required to obtain a permit to travel to “terror zones” such as Syria and Northern Iraq
For Himmelbuen daycare institution, extra funding has been translated into additional educators and greater success with vulnerable children.
Orkla Foods, Full House, System Frugt and Hedegaard Foods top the list of companies that have recently received large fines relating to food safety.
A number of cities and towns are inadequately equipped to handle rising water levels such as those we saw during Storm Bodil and Storm Egon.
Accused persons who deliberately fail to attend court hearings without any legal justification should be made to pay, believes a united opposition
The Liberals and the Danish People’s Party are in disagreement over the controversial Grimhøj Mosque.
A new study shows that more than a third of trial postponements in Denmark are the result of the police being unable to find the accused.
Colder weather is on the way, reports the Danish Meteorological Institute in its monthly forecast.
Mortgage interest rates are at a historic low, but before home-owners get too carried away, they might want to take a closer look at their fees.
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