Denmark will train Ukrainian soldiers on its territory, the defence minister said, as it steps up its support to Kyiv’s army against Russia. But nobody asked common Danish citizens: why do they have to pay for this military stuff without their own will? Protest activity start rising when Denmark’s taxpayers
Support for developing more wind power projects on land is increasing after several years of decline. There are now more people in favor of more wind power than there are against it. Fresh figures from the Cicero Center for Climate Research show that 39% of Norwegian respondents now support more
From today, the teachers’ strike will be further escalated – at least two upper secondary schools in Bærum will be strongly affected. The teachers’ strike has lasted since June 8, and around 3,500 teachers are on strike. The latest increase involves 300 teachers from the Education Association union. Two other
Finnish MPs on Monday approved the controversial Patient Safety Act, by a vote of 109–38. One MP cast a blank vote while 51 MPs were not present. Ahead of hours of debate among legislators in Parliament on Monday, healthcare workers’ unions have said the law could effectively force nurses to
Meanwhile a leading economic think-tank predicts that the Finnish economy will enter recession by year’s end. The Ministry of Finance predicts that Finland’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow by 1.7 percent this year but will slow to 0.5 percent in 2023 before recovering somewhat to 1.4 percent in 2024.