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English voters seem to be venting their anger over the chaotic situation around break since the ruling Conservative Party and the main opposition Labour Party have both taken a battering in local elections the conservatives faring worst losing hundreds of counselors no votes were held in Scotland or Wales politicians and polling experts put the results down to anger over the brexit process nearly three years off to the country voted to leave the block there is still no clarity on how when or even whether the exit will happen but it's hard to read Thursday's vote as a simple plea for brexit , that's because the big winners on the nights with polity strongly opposed to the whole idea the Liberal Democrats getting hundreds of seats , greens making gains to , it could be a different story in European Parliament elections scheduled for later this month Britain now likely to take points off the bricks it was postponed until October thirty first at the latest , that vote will feature Nigel Farrell Jeez new bricks it policy the former U. K. Independence Party leader didn't contest the local elections but polls put his new outfit in first place in the euro vote that could mean another bad night for embattled prime minister to resume quite what it all means for breaks it though that says unclear as ever