A national Code of Conduct for Research Integrity was adopted in Denmark in november 2014 The Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity was prepared by a multidisciplinary academic working group set up by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and Danish Universities. All 8 Danish Universities have agreed with the document that stipulates
In Denmark, a central national body - the Danish Committees on Scientific Dishonesty (DCSD) - may investigate cases of suspicion of scientific dishonesty important to Danish research.
Scientific dishonesty (research misconduct) is defined in the executive order of DCSD as:
Falsification, Fabrication, Plagiarism and other serious violations of good scientific practice committed wilfully or gross negligent in planning, performing, or reporting of research results.
On the DCSD website you may find the full set of regulation for DCSD and the Danish Committees on Scientific Dishonesty's guidelines on good scientific practice (in Danish).
2012 saw the drafting of a national code on responsible conduct of research in the United Kingdom - "The Concordat to Support Research Integrity-Universities UK”. The code is a framework designed to uphold integrity of the research at the universities of the UK and presents clear descriptions of the research institution's as well as the individual researcher's duties to uphold research integrity and responsible conduct of research.
The new Irish national policy statement on ensuring research integrity was adopted in June 2014. The policy is developed by the Irish Universities Association (IUA) in collaboration with main research organisations in Ireland. The policy aims to " commit the main organisations in Irish research to the highest standards of integrity in carrying out their research so that partners and other stakeholders, and the international research community may have full confidence in the Irish research system."