Stockholm in winter
Travelwinter

With its icy and often snowy landscape, medieval architecture, and fun activities on offer, Stockholm makes the ideal wintertime destination. Here are just six wonderful things you can do in Sweden’s capital if you get the chance to visit this winter. Ice Skate at Kungsträdgården Park For a truly magical

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online gambling in Sweden
gambling

Land-based casinos have been legal and regulated in Sweden since 1994. When online casinos became legal in the country in the 21st century, new regulations had to be implemented, and as Sweden’s laws concerning online gambling have continued to change, regulation has become more important than ever. How Popular Are

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tyska church stockholm
Travel

On your first visit to Sweden, you might be overwhelmed by the sheer number of things that there are to see and do, so having a plan is helpful. To help you sketch out a killer schedule for your trip, here are just a handful of the unmissable sights and

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sustainable fashion in Sweden
Swedish Style

Every year we are ready to make a pyramid of new and branded clothes in our closet but before buying a garment do we think that our obsession with the latest brands is killing our environment? Sustainable clothing is something that fulfills your current fashion demands while keeping in mind

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winning poker hand
gambling

You are probably aware of the fact that there are many people all over the world making a living from playing poker. Swedes are no different. If you are not familiar with the attitude that Swedish people have towards gambling, this quick guide will tell you everything you need to

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gambling
gambling

Sweden is home to some of the biggest European gambling groups – it has the Kindred Group, the company behind the well-known Unibet brand, and Betsson, a business covering several Nordic countries. Despite such major brands calling it home, Sweden’s local gambling market was a state monopoly – officially, at

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Jonas Sjöstedt, chairman of the Left.
politics

So, what happened to the deliberations about a new Swedish government? Before Xmas, the parliament voted “no” to both contenders, Stefan Löfven from the Social Democrats with 144 supporting votes, versus Ulf Kristersson from the right wing/Alliance/Moderates with 143 supporting votes. Nothing much happened, actually, until the last few days.

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politics

December 10, 2018:   The formation of a new government in Sweden takes longer this time than ever before. The Speaker of the parliament was expected to propose a vote lst week, to elect (or reject) Stefan Löfven, chairman of the Social Democrats, as prime minister, but the vote has

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swedish politics cauldron
Politics

The formation of a new government in Sweden is becoming a confusing serial. Today is 77 days after the election, but the newly elected parliament hasn’t been able to agree on who should become Prime Minister and form a new government. Here’s a summary of what’s happened so far: When

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