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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 to meet leaders in Brussels after EU poll losses

David Cameron travels to Brussels today to meet European leaders. Credit: PA

David Cameron is urging fellow European Union leaders to embrace reform, as mainstream parties fight to salvage their positions after the spectacular success across the continent of eurosceptic parties.

The Prime Minister will meet heads of government of the 28 EU states for a scheduled summit in Brussels this evening which will be dominated by the political "earthquake" of Sunday night.

Ukip topped the polls in Britain, the far-right Front National came first in France and the extreme-left Syriza movement took top spot in Greece, while the eurosceptic Five Star movement came second in Italy and the anti-euro Alternatives won seven seats in Germany.

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