It got more headlines than poor Dumbledore's "outing," at least in Norway: Gerd-Liv Valla's new book, called Prosessen ("the Process"), about the events that led to her resignation as head of the Norwegian confederation of labor unions, LO. (A side scandal has also come up that she wrote much of this book while she was on sick leave, since Norwegians aren't allowed to work while on sick leave. But she only spoke into a tape recorder; there was a ghost writer. So now there's soon going to be a debate as two what constitutes "work" for sick leave purposes).
Valla is unkind to most of her former colleagues and fellow party members, from what I can tell. Norway's prime minister comes across as a bit of a wimp, etc. It's hard to keep up with these personalities, especially since this issue has close to zero relevance for anyone except the principals.