The United Kingdom is anxiously awaiting the outcome of the European Union election, as it has turned out that the turnout was 38 percent higher, an increase of 2 percent compared to 2014.
The turnout in many areas had increased especially in those places that had voted to stay in the EU in the 2016 referendum vote.
People throughout Europe continue to vote today to vote, with leaders from Belgium to Spain having taken their decision this morning.
It is because Nigel Farage is also a & # 39; king maker & # 39; in the leader struggle of the Conservative Party.
The leader of the Brexit party claimed that leading hopers would have to earn their support if they wanted to have a chance to win.
Nigel Farage (photo above) said the new prime minister should take over
Throughout Europe today there are still many who are voting. The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel (pictured above) was seen in a polling station
Voters in the UK turned out to vote on Friday and boxes were seen piled up in areas such as Wealden (left) and Cambridgeshire (right)
He told Fox News that the new prime minister should accept the Brexit policy of a Brexit without a deal.
He boasted that his success in the European Parliament elections would place him as a great maker in the heated competition.
& # 39; On Sunday evening we get the results of the European elections. The conservative party receives less than 10 percent of the votes.
& # 39; The Brexit party that I founded six weeks ago is expected to be at the top with 35 percent.
Pedro Sanchez (pictured above) cast his vote this morning as he tries to form a new government
Ska Keller (pictured above), votes in a polling station in Berlin during the European elections
Stefano Buffagni (photo above) saw his ballot this morning in a box in Italy
& # 39; Whoever the conservatives choose, whether it is Boris or not, without my support they will not win the next election. & # 39;
According to estimates by Number Cruncher Politics UK, the national turnout increased by around 38 percent.
Some of the strongest increases were the cases in which the Green Party performed best in 2014, but it also seemed that the turnout in Labor areas was worse.
The Number Cruncher Politics analysis shows where people stand up to vote and also revealed that the turnout was weakest in areas where UKIP was strongest in 2014.
Other countries included in the vote include Hungary, and a pone-man is shown who is voting in Budapest this morning (above)
Top candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) for the elections to the European Parliament, the German Minister of Justice, Katarina Barley after casting her vote in the European elections in a polling station in Schweich
People all over Europe continue to go to the polls today with the party representative of the Five Star Movement, Stefano Buffagni, who is voting in a polling station this morning.
This is while Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez was portrayed in Pozuelo de Alorcon who voiced his voice.
Opposition leader Ska Keller, for the Green Party in Germany, was also out early this morning to cast her vote in Berlin.
& # 39; Most UKIP voters in 2014 will have voted for someone else this time, but this may be less good news for the Brexit party (although it is clear that this does not mean they will not win) & # 39 ;
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is preparing to cast his vote for the European and local elections in a polling station in Athens
Voting in Sweden also took place in Lund. There are currently 751 Members of the EU Parliament, 20 of them from Sweden
People in Poland (pictured above) have also cast their votes. Since Poland's accession to the EU, the country's economy has accelerated
It is because more and more Tory MPs continue to announce their bid for the hot seat.
With Michael Gove now also his candidacy for the position announced with a veiled attack on old rival and front runner Boris Johnson.
In what was seen as a sting in the former mayor, the environment minister claimed that he was more & # 39; capable & # 39; and said the next leader cannot only respect the voice & # 39; & # 39; but it must have the & # 39; resources to deliver it & # 39 ;.
The leadership game of the Conservative Party has redrawn old battle lines, while Michael Gove announced his candidacy by making a cunning sting against Boris Johnson.
In what has been seen as a sting in the former London mayor (photo), the environment minister said that the next leader cannot only respect the Brexit vote & # 39; but also & # 39; has the means to achieve it & # 39;
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