Swedish politician in hunting bribery squabble

The EU’s top finance minister is in trouble over hunting. Anders Borg (pictured), the former centre-right finance minister of Sweden and currently deputy chairman of investment company Kinnevik and a senior adviser to Citigroup, is also being investigated for allegedly accepting a hunt worth £700 (SEK7,000). The hunt took place in October 2014, after Mr Borg stopped being finance minister. He said prosecutors homed in on the fact that Mr Borg was invited in the spring of 2014 when he was still finance minister.

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