The Tory party of the Prime Minister May threaten in the European elections in the UK today, is a vigorous rubdown. But who actually goes to an election, which should take place no longer had?
The Scottish MEPs, Ian Blackford, the, what others had said before him, also said: 'Theresa May enjoys the confidence and should go. After the debate in Parliament, there were heated discussions and hot speculation about whether the Prime Minister would be forced to be in the evening, an immediate resignation. It was undoubtedly the low point in may's career, but it is not excluded, that now yet another low point follows. Because The voters could leave Mays party, the Tories, literally crash, according to surveys, a result in the single-digit range is even conceivable.
But who actually goes to vote, this election day, should it be actually does would not have? A Passer-by does not do it, he has the nose fully from the policy, he says. Then he fusses and calls in the go away almost apologetically on the shoulder: "For the first Time in my life!"
Steven, not even in a hurry, not a choice. He doesn't have the feeling to miss something. The Whole thing was a pointless action. The hear of many. Cloe looks very different: The 23-year-old wants to go and keeps it generally is important that the young people participate in elections.European election as a second Referendum
turnout in European elections is traditionally low, and in 2014 it was in the UK, only 35 per cent. Maybe that is the case again today, maybe the British will use the vote as a kind of second Referendum.
Nigel Farage, Chairman of the Brexit party, today could go down in the history books.
in 2014, the surprise winner in the European election: UKIP - the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage was at the top. The expected winner this time: The Brexit Party with Nigel Farage at the top. The Populist could go down in the history books as the first party chief who has won with two different parties in elections. In fact, is expected to be a massive Exodus of conservative voters to Brexit-party.Not only opponents of the EU vote for Farage
The are not all just frustrated opponents of the EU, believes the political scientist Matthew Goodwin of the University of Kent. And the conservative hardliners were among them, the use your voice strategically:
"Farage has a lot of friends in the Conservatives who want to use it. This is a bit of a political One-Night. Farage is up to a certain point, useful to you. And if it has then strengthened with its election result, the EU-critical bearings, go back to the Tories."
With voltage is expected, such as massive losses for Labour will be the opposition party should tremble. In the case of the smaller parties, the liberal Democrats could provide for a Surprise. The party, the admission is vehemently for the whereabouts in the EU, has moved up in some polls is now in second place, ahead of the Labour party. Overall, in this election 73 seats in the European Parliament. If it is not that the Brexit is only once, need to include the newly elected members of the European Parliament in Brussels actually.EU election putting the house under pressure, 11.04.2019 news Atlas |UK |London