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Tiktok… time’s up for old-fashioned politicians

Social media has helped turn young Europeans away from the left

29 June 2024

9:00 AM

29 June 2024

9:00 AM

Judging by the outcome of the European elections, it would appear that the globalist consensus has been rejected by voters. The results indicated a sharp rise in support for anti-immigrant and climate-sceptic parties. With more than twice the vote share, Marine Le Pen’s hard-right National Rally (RN) defeated Emmanuel Macron’s centrist Renaissance party, forcing the French President to abruptly appear on television to dissolve the National Assembly and declare a snap election for the end of June.

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