Fredrik Reinfeldt meets British Prime Minister Gordon Brown
In a HARDtalk interview first broadcast on 27 February 2008, Stephen Sackur talks to Fredrik Reinfeldt, Prime Minister of Sweden.
Sweden was once described as the most successful society in the world: a prosperous, cohesive combination of high taxes and generous state provision.
But eighteen months ago, the Swedish model of social democracy seemed set for a makeover.
Swedes elected a right of centre Government committed to reform.
Stephen Sackur asks Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt if he has delivered the change he promised.
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