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European Parliament: Anti-EU political parties on rise

25 October 2013 Last updated at 14:40 BST

The 2014 European elections look set to see more anti-EU MEPs elected to the parliament in Brussels, bringing more allies to UKIP as it speaks of beating all three of Britain's longer-established parties.

It is not clear how well the eurosceptics will get along - UKIP has said it will not work with the far right parties from France and the Netherlands - and not all of them want their country to leave the EU.

Pro-European parties fear the eurosceptics may try to clog up the institution. Giles Dilnot reports from Strasbourg.

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