Four years after its defeat, the right is back in office in Denmark but in a different configuration. For the first time, the Danish People's Party (DF, Eurosceptic) outdistanced the other right-of-centre parties in the 18 June legislative election. It is nevertheless leaving doubt about whether it will enter the government. "Whatever happens, Liberal Lars Loekke Rasmussen, head of the future government, will have to deal with DF," commented Catharina Soeresen of the Danish think tank Europa. "This party will…