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EU elections: Meet the winners and losers in Brussels and across Europe

With final tallying under way for European parliamentary elections, it's clear who the winners and losers are across the EU's 27 member states.

Italy's leader Giorgia Meloni has cemented her role as a key Brussels power broker with an estimated 28% of the vote. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron performed so badly he was pushed todissolve parliament andcall snap elections.

The winners: 

The losers:

A first estimate of election results produced by the European Parliament suggested the Green and liberal Renew parties would each lose around 20 MEPs, denting the pro-European majority needed to back top officials and support EU laws.

A projection released just after midnight - and produced after all polls closed - showed the Green party taking just 53 MEPs, compared to 72 in March 2024.

Renew, spearheaded by Macron, fell from 102 seats to 83, the figures suggested. This led the French president to take the surprising move of dissolving the country's National Assembly.

That collapse in support for Macron's pro-business liberals accompanied rising support for parties considered more extreme on the political spectrum, even if some of those have not yet been allocated to political groups in the European Parliament.

In France, projections suggest the far-right National Rally (RN) party, has secured a whopping 31.5% of the votes — more than twice the number gained by Macron.

"France needs a clear majority to operate in calm and and concord," France's leader wrote on X. "I've understood your message, your preoccupations, and I won't leave them without a response."

The far-right FPÖ also topped the poll in Austria, doubling its number of MEPs to six after gaining 25.7% of votes, according to the European Parliament projection.