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WATCH: Sightline with Tim Marshall on Sweden's elections

Sweden's general elections are approaching and it is likely Swedes will be swinging to the far right.

Since 2015 Sweden has taken in 300,000 asylum seekers - a higher proportion of population than any other European country.

This has given rise to anti-immigrant sentiment and a growth in popularity with the Sweden Democrats party, which has its roots in the neo-Nazi movement.


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Updated: September 9, 2018 07:14 PM