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Europe Lurches to Right as Voters Protest Against EUi
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Henry Ridgwell
May 27, 2014 11:33 PM
Far-right, anti-EU parties have made strong gains following European elections over the weekend. The European Parliament in Brussels will now include hundreds of lawmakers whose aim is to break up the Union. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, analysts say the results are in part a reaction against the austerity measures imposed in the wake of the European debt crisis.

Europe Lurches to Right as Voters Protest Against EU

Henry Ridgwell

Published May 27, 2014

Far-right, anti-EU parties have made strong gains following European elections over the weekend. The European Parliament in Brussels will now include hundreds of lawmakers whose aim is to break up the Union. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, analysts say the results are in part a reaction against the austerity measures imposed in the wake of the European debt crisis.


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