Sweden’s parliament has passed a vote of no confidence in PM Lofven. A total of 181 of the 349 MPs voted in favor of the motion. It is the first time in Swedish history that a PM has been ousted in such a vote. Lofven has a week to resign or call a snap election. This comes as Sweden’s Left party called for the no-confidence vote amid a row over proposals to end a rent cap on new-build flats.