Eurosceptic 'earthquake' rocks EU elections
Eurosceptic and far-right parties have seized ground in elections to the European parliament, in what France's PM called a "political earthquake".
While the French National Front and UK Independence Party both headed for first place, the three big centrist blocs in parliament all lost seats.
The outcome means a greater say for those who want to cut back the EU's powers, or abolish it completely.
But EU supporters will be pleased that election turnout was slightly higher.
Chris Morris reports.
26 May 2014