Denmark set to REVOLT against Brussels as Europol gains more power over member states

A new poll has found more than 60 per cent of Danes want a referendum on a continued relationship with Europol if a renegotiated agreement cannot be reached within six months.

The Liberal’s EU spokesperson, Jan Jørgensen, said: “We can not just continue to wait.”

Last year the country voted against ending the flexible opt-out arrangement under EU Justice and Home Affairs laws, meaning the Scandinavian country must reach a parallel agreement with Brussels if it wishes to remain apart of the co-operation.

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