From Our Own Correspondent, BBC, 26 June 2012
"... The line between state oversight and interference can be a fine one; and the same system which can provide generous benefits might also insist on similarly high levels of co-operation. Jo Fidgen is in Sweden, where a sort of 'Big Brother' is watching you, even in your own home. But she finds that even this level of supervision seems to some a way to find freedom through big government, via the Swedish welfare state – or the "People’s Home", as its taxpayers prefer to put it."
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