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In 1999, the EU elections were dominated by Labour and the Conservatives, with Ukip getting little more than 6 per cent of the vote. It was the second year of a Labour government that would bring us a decade of economic and political stability - until the global financial crisis. Recent opinion polls give the Brexit party over 30 per cent of the vote for the European elections, a party with no members and Nigel Farage being the only recognisable person in it.Entertainment Entertainment Tonight
Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans will get to see how Kylie Jenner reacted to reports that her best friend, Jordyn Woods, cheated with NBA star Tristan Thompson -- the now ex-boyfriend of her sister, Khloe Kardashian. In a new KUWTK promo that dropped on Thursday, the headline-making cheating scandal is addressed, and Kylie is seen taking Khloe's side. "She f**ked up," Kylie says.News AOL.com
The Duchess of Cambridge worked with landscape architects to create the garden in order to demonstrate the benefits nature can provide for mental health. I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for young children, the royal said. She continued, “I really hope that this woodland that we have created really inspires families, kids and communities to get outside, enjoy nature and the outdoors, and spend quality time together.House Beautiful
How old is too old for a chalkboard wall? Asking for a friend. From House BeautifulNews Associated Press
One victim spoke out, and then another, and another. A statue of a pedophile priest was toppled in Gdansk, put back by his supporters, and finally dismantled for good. A feature film about clerical abuse was a box office hit.News The Telegraph
Here's everything you need to know about the European election vote on Thursday. When was the vote? The polls took place in the UK on Thursday - May 23 2019.Sports Omnisport
Lewis Hamilton has dedicated his pole position at the Monaco Grand Prix to Niki Lauda, insisting he would only have one world title were it not for the late Austrian. Lauda, himself a three-time world champion, died on Monday having served as Mercedes' non-executive chairman from 2012. He was often credited as influential in persuading Hamilton to join the team when the Briton was contemplating leaving McLaren seven years ago.