The Swedish Migration Court of Appeal has ruled that the Migration Agency should look at the entirety of an individual’s case when making a decision and that small administrative errors should not result in deportation.
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- Landmark ruling.
- First big change since 1994.
The Pension Group, made up of six political parties in parliament, have agreed to a number of changes to the Swedish pension system including raising both the retirement and right to work age.
- Internal evaluation.
The police officers first on the scene after the terrorist attack in Stockholm did not have sufficient protective equipment or heavier weapons, according to the police authority's own evaluation.
- New figures.
The lack of suitable labour in Sweden is now forcing more and more public as well as private employers into "alternative recruitment methods".
- Proposed teaching for immigrants.
New immigrants should get more information about "norms and values" that underpin Swedish society, according to the Minister for Integration, one example she mentions are the rights of children here.
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Anna Benson helps run a company started by her father that grows and sells KRAV-label trees.
- Costs tens of thousands.
Fake asylum stories are sold by individuals and websites to people who want a permanent residency permit in Sweden, reveals Swedish Radio News.
- Was told she was a bad mom.
Sweden consistently ranks in the top five of the WEF international gender equality study, but when Therese Albrechtson became a mother, she discovered a double standard as a mom who wanted to go back to work soon after giving birth.
- Synagogue attack.
The widespread condemnation of the suspected arson attack against a synagogue in Gothenburg on Saturday shows a shift in how politicians deal with antisemitism, says the chairman of the Swedish Committee against Antisemitism.
- Arlanda and Landvetter.
Air traffic out of Swedish airports is back to normal again after heavy snowfall caused delays over the weekend and in the early hours of Monday.
- On December 10th every year.
The Nobel Week culminates today in the Nobel Prize award ceremony and banquet held in Stockholm.
- Granted asylum.
Radio Sweden has met Omar Makram, who started Sweden's first network for ex-Muslims after fleeing Egypt for fear of being tried under the country's blasphemy law.
- Inquiry launched.
Speaker of parliament Urban Ahlin has denied accusations of sexual harassment and bullying after 30 people gave anonymous accounts in newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
Sweden's big football clubs will be used as pulling power when young people are matched with potential employers. Experiences from Malmö and Borås will be used in a national scheme together with the public employment service.