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7th Jul 2020

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Poll: Danes still do not want euro

Some 60 percent of Danes do not want to replace their national currency, the kroner, with the euro, with only 26 percent in favour, according to a Norstat poll published on Thursday by Jyllands-Posten and Altinget. The Danes first rejected the euro in a referendum in 2000. The majority of Danes also want to keep opting out from EU defence initiatives (57 percent) and justice and police cooperation (54 percent).

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Agenda

Budget talks shift gear This WEEK

European Council president Charles Michel is expected to present his compromise proposal on the EU's long-term budget and the recovery fund to national capitals in the second half of the week.

Facial-recognition moratorium back on EU agenda

Members of the committee on civil liberties widely supported a moratorium on facial recognition for law enforcement purposes, just after the EU data watchdog backed earlier this week the ban on this technology in public spaces.

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