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Helle Thorning-Schmidt and her Social Democrats are out of government. The hard-right Danish People's Party may be in
NORTHERN Europe’s voters have been swinging to the right as the continent stumbles out of recession. That shift gathered momentum yesterday in Denmark, where voters ousted a government led by the centre-left Social Democrats and cleared the way for one led by the centre-right Liberal party. Lars Løkke Rasmussen (pictured), the Liberal leader, is set to take over from Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Denmark’s first female prime minister. But the most significant result was not the swing from centre-left to centre-right, but the possibility that the new government, like that of Finland, will include a hard-right eurosceptic anti-immigrant group, the Danish People’s Party (DPP).
Pollsters had predicted a virtual tie between the “blue” (right) and “red” …
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