Denmark's neighbours are even worse when it comes to refugees

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According to recent reports, Denmark’s notorious “jewellery bill” – which allows immigration authorities to confiscate valuables from refugees in order to cover the cost of their accommodation – has yet to actually bring in any cash and the exercise is looking more and more like an expensive PR disaster for the Danish government
OriginalsprogEngelsk
AvisThe Independent, UK
StatusUdgivet - 17 feb. 2016

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