Sweden’s experiment with a six-hour work day may be doomed after a two-year experiment showed that the costs outweigh the benefits.
The scheme saw 68 nurses at an old people’s home in Gothenburg have their eight-hour days cut in a bid to improve staff satisfaction, health and patient care.
Finland and Sweden today became the latest European countries to issue warnings to women to be wary of the threat of sex attacks following fresh reports of sexual assaults in the last week, while the Viennese police chief adviced women not to go outside alone in Vienna.
A chilling police report about the attacks in Cologne describes women being forced to run through a 'gauntlet' of drunken men while officers themselves were mobbed by victims claiming they had been sexually assaulted.
These people are bringing shame on all foreigners coming to Germany.' Art student Helen, 18, added: 'What happened here at the station was terrible.
It cannot be right that women can't walk around a city in Germany without being attacked.
One AFD supporter wrote online: 'These rapes were only the beginning and it will not stay at hate sermons, thefts, rapes, robberies but escalate to beatings, stabbings,…threats, against the infidels on every corner.'Another right winger predicted: 'Soon the mostly young and male interlopers will get that, what they want - and with force of arms. For these crap people, Merkel must take responsibility. 'Evidence: Federal police, who were responsible for security inside the besieged train station (pictured), said theyquizzed nine Algerians, eight Moroccans, four Syrians, five Iranians, one Iraqi, one Serbian, and one US citizen following reports on the night It said what happened on New Year's Eve was part of 'the underbelly of mass immigration.
She brought the riff raff in.'On a post of Pegida on the state of Baden-Württemberg, a supporter invoked the ghost of the Austrian born Hitler, stating: 'We need a politician from Austria. This is a new and disturbing trend - testosterone-driven new residents on the hunt for young indigenous women'.
The police are already under fire in Austria after admitting only revealing numerous incidents of sex attacks in the city of Salzburg when the full extent of the German problem had become known.
In addition to the 31 suspects detained by federal officers, city police arrested two men from North Africa, aged 16 and 23.
News of the victims in Austria, which has included several arrests of migrants from Afghanistan and Syria, was revealed after women and girls said they suffered attacks from migrants and came forward to complain to local media.
The police claimed however it was nothing to do with a conspiracy of silence, and they had acted out of respect for the victims.
It is the worst nightmare Chancellor Angela Merkel could have imagined for her 'open door' policy towards refugees from war zones which have seen over a million people enter the country in the last 12 months, polarizing opinion and stretching the social fabric ever thinner.
“It's associated with higher costs, absolutely,” said Daniel Bernmar, a local left-wing politician who has been a leading advocate of the six-hour working day and is responsible for elderly care.