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25 min
Midwife’s conscience clause case, hard-Brexit Swedish trade, Nordic culture in London
Tor 26 jan 2017 kl 16:30
Should Swedish midwives have the right to refuse to carry out abortions due to their religious beliefs?

This week, we found out that a Swedish midwife is backed in court by an anti-abortion organisation in the United States.

How would a hard Brexit affect trade between Sweden and the United Kingdom? One business owner in Stockholm has seen a positive post-Brexit effect – so far.

Meanwhile, the UK is gazing across the Nordic Sea for comfort, as London celebrates Nordic culture with a year-long festival. Also on this week’s programme, we hear about the rift in the parliament’s centre-right Alliance.

Producer/Presenter: Karin Nilsson

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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