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EU elections: Anti-EU parties on the rise across Europe

11 April 2014 Last updated at 13:37 BST

The European elections next month are the first pan-European poll since the eurozone crisis which brought the currency union to the brink of collapse, and cost many people their jobs.

This has fuelled scepticism with the European project, with parties, such as the Front National in France and Geert Wilders' Freedom Party in the Netherlands, expected to do well in next month's voting for MEPs.

Ben Wright reports in a film for Politics Europe.

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