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“Life goes on” says resigned Persson

“Life goes on,” said Prime Minister Göran Persson on Monday at noon on his way out from his official residence, Sagerska House, in Stockholm. “You turn the page.”

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Alliance leaders discuss new government

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Persson hands in his resignation

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International reaction: Persson’s lesson for Britain

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Call for equality in new government

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Reinfeldt to speaker: I have a majority

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Business leader makes demands

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New government to scrap flight tax

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Reinfeldt asked to form a government

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Sweden ‘should change jobless counting method’

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New government “good for jobs”

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Pernod Ricard ‘could buy’ Absolut

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New Swedish parliament ‘most gender balanced ever’

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Israeli officials “dance a jig” over Alliance win

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Unions threaten action against Alliance

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Brisk reforms expected from Reinfeldt

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Persson predicts Alliance split

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Alliance: yes to congestion charging

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Former minister nominated as speaker

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Riksdag confirms Westerberg as speaker

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Princess brings a touch of Europe to Stockholm

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One in four would pay for a cleaner

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King opens Riksdag with warning

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Reinfeldt wants union cooperation

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Reinfeldt is prime minister. Almost.

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Reinfeldt: this feels unreal

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Conciliatory tone as Reinfeldt sets out his plans

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Borg a surprise choice as finance minister

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Persson: Alliance will lead to ‘financial morass’

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King marks start of new government

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Youth and diversity sets new government apart

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Party leaders rejected foreign post

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Björklund axes school reforms

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Bolder steps needed to get Sweden’s economy moving

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Dinkelspiel new trade minister – reports

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Swedes would still choose Alliance

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Reinfeldt announces two new ministers

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Record slump for Reinfeldt’s government

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Borg: No euro membership for Sweden

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Tax cuts next year – Alliance