There seems to be some news that TDC in Denmark have been given approval to rollout vectoring from the start of 2015. The restriction seems to have been in getting approval for VULA unbundling, rather than a technical holdup.
When looking at these, I found a report on the result of trials that took place in 2012 and early 2013 in a village called Folby. The results are in English:
The trial shows speeds of around 90-100/35 at 500 metres, and 45/12 at 1km.
There is also one result of 22/2 at 1500m.
Is it comparable to UK?
The tests used the 17a profile with 998ADE17 bandplan, and used PSD masks to prevent interference with ADSL2+ frequencies. That's good for comparisons, but I think the ADSL2+ modems are in the same DSLAM as the VDSL modems, so the PSD masks won't be identical (in particular, I think it makes the upstream result for the 1500m property very low)
The result at 1500m used the 8b profile, so might be less comparable.
Unfortunately, there is no indication of what gauge copper is used.