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Parties accuse government of ‘thievery’ as extra pensions increase is scrapped

Lena Hunter
January 15th, 2024


Pensions will still rise in 2026, but the figure will be some DKK 1000 less per year. Plus, EU migration is at its highest since 2016, Denmark’s new royal couple make their first visit to Folketinget, and police appeal for witnesses of a murder in Frederiksberg.


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Pensions will still rise in 2026, but the figure will be some DKK 1000 less per year. Plus, EU migration is at its highest since 2016, Denmark's new royal couple make their first visit to Folketinget, and police appeal for witnesses of a murder in Frederiksberg.

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