At the Malmedalen political festival in Rosengård, the Sweden Democrats tent was far and away the busiest. Inside, Jörgen Grubb was taking his message of restrictive immigration, draconian law and order, and Swedish cultural nationalism to a part of Malmö where close to 90% of people have a foreign background. And it was going surprisingly well.
When a woman in a hijab raised Grubb's party's plans to ban full face veils, he clarified quickly that "what you have on you there, that's absolutely OK".
"It's this," said Grubb, waving two fingers in front of his eyes to indicate the face-veil, or niqab. "I think it's uncomfortable for people." The woman nodded in agreement. "You do have to adapt to western society," she said. "And you can't work as a nursery school teacher if the children can't see your face."