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European elections were a huge win for candidates and parties on the far right of continental politics.
The National Front in France and the UKIP in Britain won a large number of votes for their EU-centered candidates. The parties won 140 seats in the European Parliament, based in Brussels. There are 751 members in the legislative body.
In England, the UK Independence Party won 27 percent of the popular vote, which supporters are terming a "historic election."
Party leader Nigel Farage called the results "the most extraordinary result in British politics for 100 years."
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