DENMARK has vowed to ignore a controversial order by EU bureaucrats to lift its strict border controls.
The Scandinavian country introduced the hardline measures in a desperate bid to stem the flow of migrants into Europe.
Germany, Austria and Norway, which are also part of the passport-free Schengen zone, also followed suit.
The European Commission has told the four nations to relax the controls, which were imposed in 2015, within six months.
But Denmark’s prime minister today said he would refuse to give into their demands.