The Europopulists

In a year of momentous elections across Europe, a major FT project — combining in-depth interviews with voters and unrivalled data analysis — gets to the roots of the movement that is shaking the political establishment

How the populist party could upend the country’s politics on Sunday

Davide Casaleggio is gatekeeper of the party yet it discloses little about his role or his company

The AfD has brought controversy and conflict back into Germany’s politics — but how far can it go in this month’s vote?

So what comes next? Voters in the UK, France and the Netherlands talk to the FT

French voters remain angry in spite of an election marked as a push back against extremism

How one of Europe’s most stable electorates has become fickle and fractured 

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