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Remain Parties Beat Hard Brexiteers In European Elections

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Remain Parties Beat Hard Brexiteers In European Elections

Remain Parties Beat Hard Brexiteers In European Elections

Pro-Remain parties outperformed hard Brexit parties in the European Parliament elections.

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party was the best performing individual party.

However, the combined vote share of the UK's anti-Brexit parties was bigger than that of those which want to leave the European Union without a deal.

"The real story from last night's results is the huge surge in support for the Lib Dems and other strongly pro-People's Vote parties," referendum backer and Lib Dem MP Jo Swinson said.

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