The results of the European elections demonstrated a mood for change with the way the European Union is run. This could play to the advantage of UK Prime Minister David Cameron who wants to renegotiate Britain’s membership – as long as he does not alienate his European partners.

<i>Elections for the European Parliament produced a political earthquake across the EU. Themes like controlling freedom of movement and immigration, and the need to transfer power from Brussels to member states, now have a resonance beyond Britain. UK Prime Minister David Cameron aims to exploit the new mood to win concessions in the renegotiation he anticipates with his EU partners, so that he can win a...

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 Michael Maclay
Even in Britain, all the polling evidence shows that anti-Brussels feeling ranked several percentage points behind immigration as the reason why people voted for UKIP.
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