European elections 2014

David Cameron has spoken to fellow EU leaders to call for reform of the 28-nation bloc in the wake of successes for eurosceptic
Ed Miliband has said he will not change course on Europe, despite calls from within his own party to hold an in/out referendum
Ukip will launch a manifesto to tackle the cost-of-living crisis in Ed Miliband's Doncaster constituency, Nigel Farage has
Nick Clegg finally emerged on Monday afternoon after a torrid weekend at the polls, appearing close to tears as he told Sky
David Cameron has dismissed the idea that Nigel Farage is the leader of an anti-establishment movement in Britain, describing
Ed Miliband has been urged to throw his support behind a referendum on the EU, after Ukip stormed to victory in the European
BNP leader Nick Griffin is no longer an MEP, having been rejected by voters in the North West. Contemplating his defeat on
Alex Salmond had hoped to "freeze Ukip out of Scotland" in the European elections, however Nigel Farage's anti-EU party managed
"Somebody had to have the backbone to stand up against Ukip," Lib Dem president Tim Farron said on Sunday evening as the
Will these European election results give the prime minister nightmares? They should, given how he has has repeatedly tried - and failed - to tackle the Ukip menace. The truth is that a vote for Farage will indeed be a vote for Miliband - and against Cameron.