Europe’s populist nightmare won’t end with Brexit

London (CNN)The UK’s failure to leave the European Union has created an almighty headache in Brussels. In 2014, Nigel Farage’s anti-EU UKIP came first place in the UK’s European elections. This put euroskeptic pressure on the then Prime Minister David Cameron, and ultimately forced him to call for the Brexit referendum. And we all know what happened next. In 2019, Farage’s new Brexit Party has an even easier job. Brexit betrayal is a powerful message, and Farage is once again expected to finish first. Euroskeptic parties won’t do well only in Britain. The most recent polling from Europe Elects predicts that these parties could win up to 35% of seats in the European Parliament. Previously, euroskeptics have failed to coordinate …