European Elections 2019
From the 23-26 May 2019, Europeans in 28 countries elected a new European Parliament for a five-year term. The first results confirm expectations of a more fragmented European Parliament (EP), with losses for the traditional pro-EU groups and gains for the Eurosceptics and populist parties, although more limited than foreseen.

In the wake of the results, Brunswick has prepared 2 comprehensive reports; an analysis of the results, and 'Populism comes of age' - a survey of European populist parties, their policies and programmes.

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