Denmark's former immigration minister resigns as deputy party head
Denmark's controversial former immigration minister Inger Støjberg has resigned as deputy chairman of the opposition Liberal Party after the party's leader said he might support a court case against her.
“This is not the first time Inger has gone against the line that the Liberal Party and I have set,” the party's leader Jakob Ellemann-Jensen said in a statement on his Facebook page.
After the announcement there was speculation in the media that Støjberg would resign from the Liberal Party and join the Danish People's Party or New Right Party. Here's our story.
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