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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Possibly the Euro elections in May will see a Euro-wide swing to right of centre parties and maybe a EU that will be more willing to offer the UK more favourable terms.

This is a very long shot though, as none of the front runners in any of the countries have made any statements or promises to that effect AFAIK. Some have criticized the present EU negotiating team but they have not said what they would have done differently.

OTOH, I don't think the EU will be willing to let things drag on that long, and even if there is an extension, it will be of limited duration.
Anybody know if the UK MEPs will be able to stand for the EU elections in May assuming Brexit is delayed?
And if so will Farage continue to benefit from this gravy train?
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