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Right behind Reinfeldt

It must be galling to be a Swedish member of parliament sometimes. You submit yourself for election, turn up for votes and make endless speeches to an empty chamber, yet your chances being promoted to the cabinet are minimal.

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Strident talk on May Day parades

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Moderates ahead of Social Democrats in poll

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Parties mobilise for election

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Right-wing lead “unassailable”

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We can govern with Left – Persson

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“Brawl” leads to SD youth chief arrest

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Email scandal ‘Sweden’s Watergate’

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SD staffer quits over email storm

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Olof Palme: the controversy lives on

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‘No prosecution’ over Reinfeldt emails

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Editorial: It pays to be on the inside

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‘Force dads to take more leave’

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The Social Democrats’ dilemma

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Storm over ex-minister’s flat deal

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30,000 kronor for Stockholm Social Democrat dinner

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Social Democrats to buy newspaper

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Social Democrats: expel Israeli ambassador

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Persson rules out tax cuts

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Jewish group slams Sweden conference

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Former Swedish foreign minister dies

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Why should the world care how Sweden votes?

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Social Democrats mourn loss of power

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Wallström ‘honoured’ by leadership support

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Wallström: I don’t want the job

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Ulvskog regrets rapist outburst

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Social Democrats announce ‘shadow government’

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Social Democrats ‘should become media players’

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Ex-minister to claim 97,000 kronor a month for year off

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Local Social Democrats cooperate with Sweden Democrats

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Hunt for Persson’s successor begins

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Next Social Democrat chief ‘need not be a woman’

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Social Democrats ‘are like a sect’

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Aftonbladet wants Jämtin to lead party

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Wallström attracts strong support

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Social Democrat cutbacks cause dilemma

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‘Two party leaders’ idea for Social Democrats

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Sahlin and Jämtin battle for Social Democrat crown

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Social Democrats “should move to the left”

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Jämtin leaves parliament

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‘Sahlin will lead Social Democrats’

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Many Social Democrats wary of Sahlin

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Sahlin enjoys support of majority within party

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Social Democrats gather momentum in polls

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Ex-ministers get millions for not working

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Social Democrats ‘no more electable’ under Sahlin

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Social Democrats look to new media

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What’s the point of protesting?

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‘Don’t mention the E-word’

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Social Democrat reported to police for attack on journalist

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Politician ‘hid rival party’s voting slips’

More poll joy for Social Democrats

More poll joy for Social Democrats

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Social Democrats opt for Östros

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Voters lose confidence in government and opposition