The Netherlands' Geert Wilders, Belgium's Gerolf Annemans, Italy's Matteo Salvini, France's Marine Le Pen, Bulgaria's Veselin Mareshki, and Estonia's Jaak Madison in Milan. Photo: MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP
Populist and eurosceptic parties have emerged in many countries of the European Union, although not all go as far as wanting a Brexit-style departure.
European voters are going to the polls to choose a new parliament from May 23-26 and gains for eurosceptics and the far right would be a new blow for the bloc's established leaders as the Brexit crisis rumbles on.
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