Their Husbands’ Misdeeds Leave Norway’s Most Powerful Women Facing the Consequences

From an AP story by Mark Lewis headlined “Their husbands’ misdeeds leave Norway’s most powerful women facing the consequences”:

The political careers of two of Norway’s most powerful women are under threat after it was revealed that their husbands were trading in shares behind their backs.

Anniken Huitfeldt, the current foreign minister of the center-left Labor Party, and Norway’s former conservative prime minister for eight years, Erna Solberg, are having to explain why they were making decisions in office that could potentially have enriched their spouses.