Denmark Told to Snub EU Border Laws as Anti-Immigrants Dominate

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Danish police conducting spot checks on incoming traffic watch a truck pass through from Germany into Denmark at the A7 highway border crossing on January 5, 2016 near Padborg, Denmark. Denmark on Monday introduced temporary spot checks on its southern border with Germany, 12 hours after systematic ID controls on visitors from abroad came into force in neighboring Sweden.

Photographer: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

The biggest political party in Denmark’s ruling bloc says the government needs to go much further than mere ID checks on the German border.

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