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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 28 november 2006 kl 12.07
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How instant text message loans spell big trouble for Swedish youngsters.

Sweden’s anti immigration party influences local policy.

Down the track, later on in the program, Gaby KatzK discovers one of Scandinavia’s oldest model railway clubs.

Closing Music:

There’s been an unexpected turn of events in Falköping, in southwestern Sweden. The small extreme right wing Sweden Democrat party has used its balance of power position to put through the budget of the opposition Social Democrats. Mark Cummins has more.

It’s all done at a touch of a button, instant loans via the Internet or text message on your mobile phone. As Dave Russell reports, this can mean big trouble for young Swedes:

In this month’s edition of edge, Gaby Katz is talking model railways:

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