Danish PM Calls Snap June Election

Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt has called a snap election for 18 June, when her centre-left coalition is expected to face tough a challenge from the opposition. She said, "The choice is clear, the time is right,."
But she will likely need the support of the anti-immigrant Danish People's Party to push laws through parliament. The BBC says after the decision to hold the vote in 23 days'was announced, UK Prime Minister David Cameron cancelled plans to travel to Copenhagen on Thursday at the start of a tour of several European capitals.