Venstre: Cut number of immigrants on early pensions

By reassessing pensions in Denmark’s 19 most vulnerable neighbourhoods, the governing Venstre party says it can get immigrants out of early retirement to boost the labour market. Its coalition partner Moderaterne completely disagrees.

Leader of Venstre Troels Lund Poulsen. Photo: Johannes Jansson

The governing Venstre party says it wants to cut the number of residents receiving early pensions in vulnerable neighbourhoods. In an interview with Jyllands-Posten, Venstre chairman Troels Lund Poulsen and deputy chairman Stephanie Lose proposed reassessing benefits approvals in these areas. “We can see that, especially in some of the exposed residential areas, there is […]

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