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Olofsson claims Sweden has tapped phones ‘for decades’

Deputy prime minister Maud Olofsson has added a new twist to Sweden's divisive surveillance debate. The Centre Party leader claims that defence minister Mikael Odenberg's proposed legislation would merely codify practices that have already been in operation for decades.

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Sweden to invest billions in Gripen upgrade

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Peacetime conscription unnecessary – defence minister

Swedish defence Minister resigns over cuts

Swedish defence Minister resigns over cuts

Sahlin: Odenberg ‘was humiliated’

Sahlin: Odenberg ‘was humiliated’

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New defence minister refused to bear arms

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Papers question Reinfeldt’s leadership

Reinfeldt presents new trade minister

Reinfeldt presents new trade minister