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40 The new Spring 2016 issue of Your Danish Life, the expat magazine is on sale now – you can buy the digital edition in …

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The Power Game is On

Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen is caught between two evils. On the one hand, as a minority government, he is dependent on the other …

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A lot of barks – but will they bite?

The political line dance of the small Danish minority government took a surprising turn last night with the unexpected voicing of their ”lack of confidence” …

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Still not sure if MobilePay is something for you?

2015 has been an incredibly successful year for the popular Danish app Mobilepay, the easy to use payment method with your smartphone, which allows customers …

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Police had tough weekend trying to keep the public safe

Want to be like Bambi on the ice? Be careful though, the seemingly frozen lakes are not yet safe. In Copenhagen this weekend the police …

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Border control at Danish borders for the next 10 days as of 12:00 today 4 January 2016

Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, has announced today at his 12:00 o’clock press meeting that the Danish Government reinstates border control for 10 days …

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All I want for Christmas is snow!

A Christmas wish with mixed blessings, as some love the idea of the beautiful white winter landscape, while others dread the cumbersome traffic and slippery …

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How the Upcoming Referendum Could Impact Future Cross-Border Family Law Cases

If you think the upcoming referendum is only a matter for Danes, you are wrong. The outcome of the vote can impact the lives of …

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Danish Parliament opens with a minority government

The first tuesday in October is traditionally the day when the Danish Parliament, Folketinget, officially opens after the summer break. The coming parliamentary session is …

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DENMARK TO HOLD REFERENDUM ON EU OPT-OUT IN DECEMBER

On 3 December, a referendum will ask voters in Denmark to replace Denmark’s current “opt-out” of the EU’s Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) rules with …

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