Re: Good for him… maybe?
Try living in the real world.
Not being charged because statute of limitations has run out doesn't excuse the charges of jumping bail.
So you have two issues that are on the table. And the fact that Sweden is coming to London is a bit odd.
They want to question him but according to the extradition, they were going to charge him and that the questioning was a formality due to Swedish law.
If they question him in London, do they then have the ability to formally charge him even though he's not in Sweden? (Jurisdictional issue), Or does it mean that he will be charged, but still not arrested. Thus he's still outside their jurisdiction but the clock on the rapes stop?
This is where things get interesting.
And in the end, it doesn't matter.
Suppose Sweden does wash its hands of him. (They can always bar him entry in to their country.)
He still will face the jumping bail charges.
And supposed England says... out! out! damn spot. And they want him out of the country? He'll be sent packing back to Australia.
And that's where things get interesting.