Danish ‘mink’ elections mean questions for future nicotine prohibition policy

The future viability of Denmark’s plans to ban anyone born in or after 2010 from accessing nicotine and tobacco products has been thrown into question after the country’s government has become the first ever to be brought down by mink.

Danish citizens will head to the polls to elect a new government on 1st November after prime minister Mette Frederiksen, of the Social Democrats party, called for an election before the end of the legislative period under the threat of a vote of no confidence from government allies, the Radikale Venstre (Danish Social Liberal Party).


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