The former head of the UKIP and leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage attended an election rally of the far-right AfD party. He was presented as a model of eurosceptic politician.
Right-wing populists have been gaining support throughout Europe and many of them deny the dangers of climate change. What does that mean for the future of climate policy on the continent?
The resignation of Austria's vice chancellor led German politicians to warn against alliances with populists. Chancellor Merkel spoke out against right-wing populism as many are now demanding new Austrian elections.
Farage accused Prime Minister May of a "betrayal" of the British people as he launched his new political party. "Our two-party system can't cope with Brexit," he said.
Twitter temporarily blocked accounts of a Jewish paper and a Berlin politician for allegedly publishing election misinformation. Both offending tweets had to do with criticism of the far-right AfD party.
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