Foreign workers at centre of Swedish election battle

Foreign workers at centre of Swedish election battle

Promises by the Social Democrats to roll back reforms to Swedish laws affecting migrant workers has put the rights of foreign workers and the power of Sweden's unions front and centre in upcoming parliamentary elections, argues liberal contributor Nima Sanandaji.

Sweden ‘violates the rights’ of guest workers

Sweden ‘violates the rights’ of guest workers

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Vaxholm dispute goes to European Court

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Barroso refuses to criticize Swedish Model

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McCreevy defends support for Latvians

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EU countries support Swedish union

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Sweden to support union at EU court

Laval asking unions for 2.8 million kronor in damages

Laval asking unions for 2.8 million kronor in damages

Riksdag ratifies EU’s Lisbon treaty

Riksdag ratifies EU’s Lisbon treaty

Sweden presents new law on collective wage agreements

Sweden presents new law on collective wage agreements

Unions ordered to pay for Vaxholm blockade

Unions ordered to pay for Vaxholm blockade

Nordegren’s purchase of Stockholm island retreat confirmed

Nordegren’s purchase of Stockholm island retreat confirmed

‘Missing’ rune stone turns up near Stockholm

‘Missing’ rune stone turns up near Stockholm

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‘Free-for-all’ to follow EU ruling

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Commission backs Swedish Model

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Minister in EU withdrawal “threat”