1. They asked the expert in monkey behaviour to analyse Lars Løkke Rasmussen’s walkaround in Sunday’s party leader debate. Remember: We have two and a half weeks to go.
2. It is still economics, economics, economics. Immigration and health care have so far taken second priority. At best.
3. The Social Democrats and SF have published their common platform. In a way, SF is playing the same game as the Swedish Moderates in 2006 where the party referred all questions about its policies to the common “Alliance” manifesto.
4. At least the Liberals and the Conservatives have a marginal difference in their slogans: The Liberals talk about “Debt or Welfare”, the Conservatives talk about “Debt or Growth”. My colleague Roger Buch has pointed out that even the government’s plans include decades of budget deficits. I.e. debt.
5. The relationship between DF on the one hand and the Liberals and Conservatives on the other deserves a special blog post. Suffice it for now to say that DF tries to stick to immigration and Europe as themes.