May 22 - As ballots open for the EU elections, a surge in support for Eurosceptic parties on both the far right and left is expected. Reuters asks how hard the mainstream will be hit.
I mean media that the fact of the matter to me is of course that John Walsh we certainly -- in 2000 like 2009. Sort of catching great we've sentinel. Back to pre crisis levels in the majority of Europe with the obvious exceptions and lots of Germany. And inevitably banks can have an impact from the I think it does look very challenging environment for the mainstream policies and them. It is difficult -- to keep positive outcome for them. Typically. -- prices you have -- election that I had out really have an axe to grind site. My I think you will see mainstream politics. Losing ground but I wouldn't say it's a sea change. -- governments. What do that -- through. It's UK's election next. This through -- they. -- -- of the of the sort of protest. Euro skeptic -- politics we've been. See you that they can't really get their act together -- -- will be -- a sizable -- coherent enough policies to hold some sort of for all. Backhand not really disrupt things -- -- -- all of this sort of towards. You're going to -- from the -- That would of course quite significant. You know and then flies the rest stop had gotten seems to me. The case that a major -- it was not gonna get -- -- into what that means that it pretty much we've got to move that credit for everything on the national level. What was seen in the opinion -- thinks this is that you left me from politics all things like. And not least from the mainstream -- Not could have implications especially if it means that it provides an.