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Now that the EU election results are in, in normal times we would expect debates and arguments about which parties are the winners and which are the losers. But that has largely been settled: the Brexit Party were victorious, the Liberal Democrats did very well, the Greens were much improved, while both Labour and the Conservatives had dismal nights – with the Conservatives taking the wooden spoon. Ukip and Change UK each suffered as close to an electoral death as it is possible to experience.

The new contested ground is the extent to which the result shows that more people now want to remain in the EU than to leave, whether sentiment has clearly moved since the 2016 referendum. Those who want...

Now that the EU election results are in, in normal times we would expect debates and arguments about which parties are the winners and which are the losers. But that has largely been settled: the Brexit Party were victorious, the Liberal Democrats did very well, the Greens were much improved, while both Labour and the Conservatives had dismal nights – with the Conservatives taking the wooden spoon. Ukip and Change UK each suffered as close to an electoral death as it is possible to experience.

The new contested ground is the extent to which the result shows that more people now want to remain in the EU than to leave, whether sentiment has clearly moved since the 2016 referendum. Those who want...

Now that the EU election results are in, in normal times we would expect debates and arguments about which parties are the winners and which are the losers. But that has largely been settled: the Brexit Party were victorious, the Liberal Democrats did very well, the Greens were much improved, while both Labour and the Conservatives had dismal nights – with the Conservatives taking the wooden spoon. Ukip and Change UK each suffered as close to an electoral death as it is possible to experience.

The new contested ground is the extent to which the result shows that more people now want to remain in the EU than to leave, whether sentiment has clearly moved since the 2016 referendum. Those who want...

Now that the EU election results are in, in normal times we would expect debates and arguments about which parties are the winners and which are the losers. But that has largely been settled: the Brexit Party were victorious, the Liberal Democrats did very well, the Greens were much improved, while both Labour and the Conservatives had dismal nights – with the Conservatives taking the wooden spoon. Ukip and Change UK each suffered as close to an electoral death as it is possible to experience.

The new contested ground is the extent to which the result shows that more people now want to remain in the EU than to leave, whether sentiment has clearly moved since the 2016 referendum. Those who want...