Tommy Waidelich. Photo: Anders Wiklund/Scanpix.
May Day

Waidelich attacks "growing gap" in society

While Juholt was talking in Falun, the party's economic spokesperson, Tommy Waidelich, entered the May Day stage in Sundbyberg, Stockholm. He questioned the "growing gap" between those who have and those who have not, at a time when the economy is doing well. "Something is wrong when child poverty grows at the same time as we have record growth in the economy," he said.

Waidelich also announced an investment the party would like to do, in order to give 30,000 youth work and education during the summer. More details are expected in the party's shadow spring budget, which will be presented on Monday.

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