A voice for newcomers in Sweden

'The English are falling over each other to get Swedish citizenship'

Photos: TT

Published: 21.Apr.2019 12:11 hrs

After 48 years living in Sweden, Englishman Tim Crosfield has become a Swedish citizen, praising Sweden's authorities for helping him and other Brits with Brexit, or as he calls it "our idiotic problem".

Love took him to Sweden. But it was Brexit that made him Swedish.

Tim, who’s about to turn 82, has lived in Sweden since 1971 and is still active in translation and language work.

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