The anti-immigration Danish People's Party is ready to accept a "national compromise" on refugees – as long as it involves housing them in Greenland and then sending them back home.

Kristian Thulesen Dahl, the leader of the Danish People's Party (DF), said in an interview with Berlingske that his party is open to the possibility of Denmark accepting more refugees as Europe struggles with what he called "maybe the biggest overall crisis since World War 2".

Dahl said there needs to be a "national compromise" that would involve Denmark bringing in more refugees but with the clear intention of sending them back out of the country as soon as possible.

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