May 26, 2014

The People Have Spoken, Europe Must Listen

Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

The people have spoken, and politicians must listen. That has been the gist of the response to the results of the local and European elections, which have seen a tide of populist and anti-establishment sentiment sweep across Britain – and much of the rest of the continent.

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TAGGED: Europe, European Union, UKIP, National Front, European Parliament, Euroskeptics

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