Leaders set to review EU's agenda after Eurosceptic surge

European leaders will review the economic area's agenda after voters "sent a strong message" in the election which saw a surge from Eurosceptic parties, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy has said.

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PM: 'Deep disillusionment' with EU led to Ukip victory

David Cameron said the public's "deep disillusionment" with the European Union led to Ukip's poll victory and again dismissed the prospect of an electoral pact with the party.

The Prime Minister said the message for the electorate was "received and understood" after Nigel Farage's party topped the European parliament ballot.

He said: "I think the results show a very clear message which is people are deeply disillusioned with the European Union - the way that it's working, the way that it's working for Britain - and they want change."

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