The EU will reflect on the results of the European elections in order to obtain indications of the second referendum and Brexit without agreement


BRussels will carefully examine the results of the European elections to see how the British would vote in a second referendum and to decide whether to force a Brexit on this Halloween without a deal.

European officials will reconsider the fortunes of Nigel Farage's Brexit party and Vince Cable in the European elections in the run-up to an October summit where Britain is likely to request another extension of Brexit.

The two parties leading the polls are gaining momentum as voters leave the Tories and Labor frustrated over Brexit. Mr Farage and Mr Cable faced each other in a telegraph debate this morning before Thursday's elections. The results of …