Britain's Labour leader, much against his own inclinations, seems destined to lead the resistance to Brexit.
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Sweden's Social Democrats fall to a new low, but still outperform expectations, while the far right falls well short.
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Antisemitism in France is a mixture of change and continuity, which defies simple explanations and easy solutions.