Shared August 22, 2018
Sweden: The good vs the bad.
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Sweden is usually recognised as being innovative, transparent and progressive, with good healthcare, welfare and gender equality.
More recently, however, a growing chorus of Sweden sceptics have emerged. In this report, Gabriel Gatehouse went to find out more about these competing narratives.
Reporter: Gabriel Gatehouse Camera: Jack Garland Director/Pic editor: Stuart Denman
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