London finds no sympathy in Stockholm

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) welcomes the Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Lofven (L) to No. 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, 02 November 2015.

In his visit to London, the Swedish Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, has indicated he will not be supportive of British demands for treaty changes


Sweden is a key partner for the U.K in its drive to revise EU treaties so that the Cameron Tory administration can indeed campaign for staying in the EU. Stockholm is not willing to heed British interests and arguments.

In his official visit to London, the Swedish Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, held talks with David Cameron.

Unlike Britain, Sweden is campaigning for EU member states to take in more refugees fleeing from war zones in the Middle East and Africa. Britain has opted to stand on...


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