By Shida Chayesteh and Erik Matzen COPENHAGEN, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, deserted by a key ally over plans to sell part of a state energy utility to Goldman Sachs, suffered further blows when its chairman resigned and a poll on Friday showed her weakened by the plan. One of Thorning-Schmidt's two coalition allies, the Socialist People's Party, quit on Thursday over plans to sell 25 percent of the DONG energy utility, ...
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