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'I hope there will be adults in the room during Brexit negotiations'

UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her Swedish counterpart Stefan Löfven. Photo: Jonas Ekströmer/TT

Published: 13.Sep.2018 15:49 hrs

The Local spoke to Sweden's ambassador to the UK, Torbjörn Sohlström, to talk about Brexit, fake news, and the deep roots of the Swedish-British relationship.

What kind of image do people have of Sweden in the UK?

My impression is that there is a positive image of Sweden in the UK. Not every single individual in the UK has a very clear idea of what Sweden represents and what's happening here, but to a surprising degree people have a sense of Sweden.

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