In the UK, the European Parliament elections have, unsurprisingly, taken on a distinctly Brexit flavour. Brexit policy questions are dominating the news, and the party that looks likely to win is called the Brexit Party.
This may seem strange, given the elections will have no direct effect on the Brexit process, but it’s the way it is.
However, it is not so everywhere. You might wonder what the elections are about across the rest of the continent, which is understandably less bothered by Brexit.
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