The Wall Street Journal has a country-by-country summary
of the European Parliament elections.
The UK results are astonishing; the Labour Party, which holds a solid majority in the UK parliament
, came in third among Britain's delegation in the European Parliament.
MEP Daniel Hannan thinks it's time
for UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown to go.Update:
Andrew Ian Dodge has some observations
on the British side of the elections aftermath at Pajamas Media.Update:
Via Andrew Sullivan
, the majority of those who voted for the British National Party
are (quoting Sully) "disaffected labour voters."
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