One holiday, three ways
Deputy leader of the country's second biggest party, Soren Espersen, is accused of trying to create a 'religious apartheid' and threatening to destroy Denmark's 'free, open and tolerant society'
A Danish expert on Islam says the result is 'worrying'
Around 69 per cent of Danish people now endorse the country’s membership of the union
‘Religion belongs to private life,’ says school director
Denmark remains largest shareholder with more than 50%
Workers in Germany went on strike the least often
In 2015 a Danish campiagn titled 'Do it for mom' urged people to have children in order to please their parents
Austria narrowly avoided becoming the first country in the EU to vote in a far-right head of state
‘Think what a great country we would have been together’, said hotel tycoon Petter Stordalen
'We want to send out a signal saying that if the system is not changed, then Denmark will go it alone'
The 19-year-old faces a maximum sentence of four years if found guilty.
There is, I feel, no real need for so much red meat in the Western diet other than our spoilt, lazy palates
Britain languishes in the bottom half of the country rankings
The Danish proposal for a red meat tax remind us of a bleak reality: climate change remains the greatest long-term threat to human prosperity and security – and we need policies that take it seriously