Tuesday July 7, 2020

Once-marginal concerns are now centre stage in Europe

European poll generated the largest electoral turnout since voting began four decades ago

2nd June, 2019

What do the European parliamentary results mean for Europe?

Politics is ultimately a numbers game. Who’s up, who’s down. Which political groupings are in the ascendancy, what candidates captured the public imagination and who will sit on the iron throne as the next European Commission president.

Yet, these elections to choose 751 members of the European Parliament across the 28 member states, which still include Britain for now, baulked the traditional...

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