There will be less money for small cultural magazines in Sweden, after the centre-right opposition got their proposal to take away three-quarters of the state subsidy.
While many of these magazines have few readers, Jan Petter Nilsson, the head of Moderna Museet in Malmö, the modern art museum, condemns this cut. He says his institution will get fewer well-informed visitors who appreciate a wide range of art, and fewer small magazines mean fewer new talents will be able to break into the mainstream.
Magazines hit by this cut range from theatre and music magazines to Expo, a political magazine monitoring the far-right.
Protestors gathered near the Parliament on Wednesday to show their anger at this decision. And even figures from the centre-right opposition itself have criticised the cut in cultural magazine funding.