The Current | May 27, 2014 | 21:57

Euroskeptics make big gains in EU parliamentary elections - May 27, 2014

In this election, many so-called Euroskeptic parties have upstaged traditional EU politicians, and made their way into parliament. While anti-EU parties celebrate, supporters of the Union ask what this rejection means, and what should happen next.

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