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Submitted by jette (Sweden), Mar 5, 2008 at 11:57

Hi Maria

The best information I've had about Scandinavian countries in this regard is Mr. Daniel Pipes's columns. For instance the whole "cartoon-affair" described in detail. Also many comments on Britain's troubles.

There are numerous newspapers from other countries (try:www.newsmonth.com) written in English that you can find on the net if you like. Often they write about what's happening in Britain as well, but of course you can read all the British newspapers there too.

If you feel frustrated about not being heard you can try writing the different members of your government. I do it all the time and mostly they answer me.

Thank you for your sympathy with Denmark.



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