'We don't care. Democracy doesn’t revolve around getting loads of money from the government. We funded our campaign at a flea market before the last elections and that was fine.'
Denmark has been ranked as the happiest country in the world three times since 2012
Henrý Steinn was about to start taking testosterone when he found out he was pregnant
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While Knightsbrige pied-a-terres hide their wealth, those who hold the keys to the Treasury dream of retreiving money from the disabled
Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson had resisted calls to resign for days after the revelations
As an Icelandic MP, I want to see the Prime Minister resign and a snap election called. We need democratic reform, as the people called for after the 2008 economic crisis
Mr Gunnlaugsson has said no rules were broken and denied that he or is wife had benefited financially from his conduct
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Karen wright meets the artist at her studio in Stoke Newington, north London
'I did enjoy the scenery on the way. I’ve never seen anything quite like it. And the horses!'
The leader of the party whose policies include new banking structures and looser drug laws explains the group's rocketing popularity