Boris Johnson has said Ukip's surge in the European elections shows those in favour of Britain's membership of the EU have been ignoring the "popular revolt".
Speaking to ITV News London's Simon Harris
Johnson says Euro poll sends a message to Eurocrats: they cannot go on as they have been endlessly dismissing popular revolt. @itvlondon
Johnson: It's plain that the whole project is in trouble, the Euro has gone catastrophically wrong in my view. @itvlondon
Today EU leaders voted to back Jean-Claude Juncker as new president of the very powerful EU commission, which looks like business as usual.
In Essex the potential damage Ukip could do to Miliband's Downing Street elections is clear. He is there listening to voter's concerns.
The EU parliament is about to welcome the most Eurosceptic and right-wing intake in its history.