Iceland's Pirates head for power

The rise of Iceland’s Pirates party is a striking example of the anti-establishment mood that has swept western countries since the financial crisis. Founded by a ragtag bunch of internet activists, the party is hoping for victory in Saturday’s parliamentary elections. Orla Ryan asks Richard Milne, the FT's Nordics correspondent, what they stand for.

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