Sweden's temporary employment rules could land the country in the European Court of Justice for not doing enough to protect workers.
- Stacking work contracts.
- 16 april kl 16:00
Seal hunt. A fisherman in Blekinge.
Sweden`s licensed seal hunt began Wednesday with a record high number allowed to be shot. Fisherman Glenn Fridh tells Radio Sweden that the seals have made his life a misery.400 to be culled.
Sweden's licensed seal hunt began Wednesday with a record-high number allowed to be shot.
- Invited by the government.
The Equality Ombudsman is taking up the case of a Roma woman who was refused breakfast while staying at the Sheraton hotel.
- 16 april kl 15:29
Police in Jönköping have been accused of breaking the law after giving the neo-Nazi Party of the Swedes permission to march on May Day and telling locals to stay away. One person has reported the police to the Parliamentary Ombudsman. Several right-wing extremist groups are stepping up activities, leafleting and marching in cities around Sweden. In the run-up to the election we are likely to see more of this. Radio Sweden`s Dave Russell speaks to Henrik Arnstad, who has studied the history of fascism and is a journalist and debater.May Day.
Police in Jönköping have been accused of breaking the law after giving neo-Nazis permit to march on May Day and telling locals to stay away.