Sweden election results: What time will final results be announced? Who will win? | World | News

What time will the final results be announced? Polls open tomorrow at 8am and will shut in the evening at 8pm. The results are expected throughout the night and into Monday, September 10. However, it is first after the final votes are counted, the parties can start discussing who will actually form Government. This is because the political system in Sweden uses proportional representation and puts multiple parties in Government through coalitions and alliances. For example, if a party receives 30 percent of the votes, the party will also receive…

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Sweden election 2018: All you need to know ahead of the vote TOMORROW | World | News

What has happened so far? Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and the Social Democrats party might be heading for one of the most catastrophic elections since the 1940’s, losing foothold in cities unimaginable only 2-3 years ago. The party’s left-wing politics has been stronger in Sweden than in almost any other country since its parliamentary-democratic breakthrough in 1917, but now the era of the left might be coming to an end. Throughout the summer, a spectacular rise in support for far-right Sweden Democrats has seen the party gaining ground with their…

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Scallop wars: British and French fisherman talks FAIL to end CONFLICT on English Channel | UK | News

Fishing industry leaders from both countries failed to reach an agreement or compensation package during negotiations in Paris on Friday. The aim of the meet was to end recent skirmishes between the two fishing fleets, who are battling for prime control over the lucrative scallop market in the channel. The meet followed a preliminary agreement being laid down in London earlier this week. British vessels are legally allowed to fish in the area, the Baie de Seinne, all year round. But this has angered French fisherman who are banned from…

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Egypt news: High court sentences 75 people to DEATH and jails 600 over 2013 Cairo massacre | World | News

The sentences were handed down at a hearing at the country’s vast Tora prison complex in the south of Cairo. It concluded the mass trial of nearly 700 people accused of various offences – including murder and inciting violence – during a pro-Muslim Brotherhood protest on Rabaa Adawiya square in Cairo on August 14, 2013. The government claimed protestors were armed and claimed eight security force officers were killed. Previously, the Egyptian government had claimed that nearly 40 police had died, although this figure was not proved. The criminal court…

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Brexit news: ‘Brexiteers are TRUE democrats’ Author makes brilliant point on Brexit vote | UK | News

Speaking to BBC Newsnight, the British author claimed Britons in the south of England who have voted for the UK to remain shackled to the EU have made a purely selfish choice. Ms Burchill argued those who are financially better-off than working class Brexiteers in the West Country claim to be advancing “internationalism” but are really only interested in their own lives. The eurosceptic author and journalist claimed to have voted for Brexit to give voice to the “true democrats” of her country. She said: “It’s very easy for people…

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IEA director reveals UK can beat Brussels by ripping up Barnier’s negotiating mandate | UK | News

Leading economist Shanker Singham said that Britain made fundamental negotiation mistakes in Brexit that has meant Prime Minister Theresa May “is losing” to Brussels. The Institute of Economic Affairs chief warned that the UK was in danger of being crushed by Michel Barnier and his Brussels team. However, Mr Singham told Radio 4’s Today programme that there was still one way that Britain could gain the advantage in the negoitations. There are just 200 days to go until Britain officially leaves the European Union, amid growing concern over a no…

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