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The UKIP came second. How much more of a hint is needed?
A hint of what? That the British public wants out of the EU?

Notice that, despite the quip that the UKIP is just the BNP with 12 years of 'public school', there was a campaign to vote against the BNP but not against the UKIP.

Because the UKIP is exclusively and anti-EU protest vote unlike the BNP whose vote is consistent across elections.

So maybe the EU has ignored the rise of British Euroscepticism for too long but, on the other hand, if Britons don't want to be in the EU, who's the EU to force them to stay?

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by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Mon Jun 8th, 2009 at 08:47:35 AM EST
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