Sofie pays fork
In other election news, Sofie Carsten Nielsen has resigned as leader of Radikale in the wake of a disastrous election last night.
It is still uncertain whether she will even get enough votes to return to the Folketing, which prompted Nielsen to resign.
Nielsen, who was once a close ally of Mette Frederiksen’s government, threatened to remove the prime minister with a vote of no confidence if Frederiksen did not call for new elections before 1 October.
Weeks later and voters punished her party last night – Radikale secured just 3.8 percent of the vote and lost over half of its seats
Party deputy Martin Lidegaard appears to be the frontrunner to take on the leadership reins.
Source: The Nordic Page