Cabinet reshuffle

Prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (Socialdemokraterne) is expected to begin the autumn political season by presenting a minor cabinet reshuffle on Friday. Rumours the PM would make changes have been swirling since the spring. Support for the government has declined steadily since it took office in 2011 and the changes are hoped to reinvigorate the Socialdemokraterne-Radikale-Socialistisk Folkeparti coalition mid-way through its term. Read more





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