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Norway’s centre-left set to beat ruling conservatives in elections

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Norwegians headed to the polls on Monday to vote for a new parliament, in what is likely to lead to a change of government after eight years under Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg. Polling suggests that the social democratic Labour Party could see a surge in support, meaning leader Jonas Gahr Store could replace Solberg. A change to the left and away from the Conservative Party would give Norway a government more in line with its Scandinavian neighbours Denmark, Sweden and Finland. Some 3.9 million people are eligible to vote. Monday is the official voting day, but polling stations wer…

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