Anna Hagwall, an MP for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats, has been expelled from the party after she made comments widely interpreted as antisemitic.
- Decision made today.
- Most MPs support Clinton or neither.
One of the few supporters of Donald Trump in the Swedish parliament is Mikael Jansson, of the nationalist Sweden Democrat party.
- Video recording.
The Sweden Democrats' economic spokesperson Oscar Sjöstedt said on Thursday that it is "nonsense, lies and slander", to suggest that he enjoyed laughing at the anti-Semitic antics of his former workmates at a slaughterhouse.
The Sweden Democrat party will report Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to the constitutional committee after he described the group as "a Nazi party" in a televised debate on Sunday.
- Would mean cross-bloc coalition.
The Liberal Party is ready to form a government with the Social Democrats after the next election, saying it is to keep "extremists" from power.
- Abolish new start job program.
The Sweden Democrats want to introduce an apprenticeship scheme to get more foreign-born Swedes into work and reject criticism from other parties that it lacks an integration policy.
- Man described as "security risk".
The Sweden Democrat leadership has spoken out on the "Putilov affair" after a Swedish Radio investigation found a parliamentary assistant had used several false names and received millions from a property deal with a Russian criminal businessman.
- 69 were killed on island.
Today is the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Norway.
- Brits apply for citizenship in record numbers. Experts tell us how a Brexit vote may affect Swedish politics and economy. And Bergman Week kicks off on Fårö.
- Opposition mainly abstained.
Swedish lawmakers passed a law that demands identity documents for travellers to Sweden, including making train and bus companies police this rule.
- "If you have received a permanent residency permit for false or the wrong reasons, then it should be reconsidered"(1:11 min)Saturday's Interview.
Sweden Democrats party leader Jimmie Åkesson said he is open to the possibility of revoking Swedish residency permits granted under incorrect or false pretenses.
- Sweden Democrats on the rise.
The governing Social Democrats and Greens have the lowest voter support in many years according to an opinion poll conducted by Novus and published by Swedish Radio News on Saturday.
- SD annual meeting.
Jimmie Åkesson was reelected as the leader of the Sweden Democrats on Saturday morning at the party's annual meeting in Lund, daily Dagens Nyheter (DN) reports.
- "Show that silence does not mean passive acceptance."
Mona Sahlin told news agency TT Sunday that the step from threats and internet hate to extremist actions is becoming shorter and shorter. Now she calls for the "good side" to raise their voices and be Heard.