44% of the votes, 56% of the seats. First-past-the-post has failed us again
/r/europeGerman Parliament if Germany used the British voting system
/r/europeRomania is the largest violin exporter in the EU (14 000 violins to non-EU Member States in 2018 - 28% of total exports) followed by Denmark (12 200, 24%) and Germany (6400, 13%)
/r/europeAfter the British election let's not forget that this was the first time in a General election that the pro-United Ireland parties (Sinn Féin, SDLP) achieved more seats than the Unionist.
/r/europeIf anyone wanted some details about the UK general election
/r/europeSpanish Parliament if Spain used the British voting system (FPTP)
/r/europeBritish and German voting systems compared
/r/europeLabour's "Red Wall" 2017 vs 2019
/r/europe[OC] Landscape of Romania
/r/europeThe Conservative blue wave surged over Labour's red wall [Financial Times]
/r/europeToday is Saint Lucy's day. Siracusa, the alleged birthplace of the saint in Sicily, Italy, throws a lavish festivity in honour of her patron saint twice a year. This is the one being thrown on Dec 13th.
/r/europeEuropeans lead long lives, according to the United Nations
/r/europeJean-Luc Mélenchon on Labour's historic defeat: blames it on "Likud [Israeli party] influence networks" and vows not to "genuflect before the arrogant ukases of CRIF [French Jewish organization]"
/r/europeTrain to Moscow waiting at the Central Railwaystation in Helsinki (this evening)
/r/europeHappy Saint Lucia from Sweden! A bit of light in dark times
/r/europePrice of arable land in some EU states, 2016
/r/europeChristmas shopping rush in Helsinki today
/r/europeAleksanterinkatu in Helsinki today (The main shopping street since 1830's)
/r/europeOvercast sunset in Greece
/r/europeTop 20 Highest income tax rates by countries (1960 2017)
/r/europeFreedom of the press (2019)
/r/europeDiving deep UNDER WATER!!! oresund tunnel in Sweden
/r/europeThis is the only picture you need to see to help your really get a feel for yesterday’s General Election
/r/europeA glance at the European Council
/r/europeEiffel Tower in Paris, France
/r/europePrevalence of depressive symptoms in EU countries
/r/europe12.12.1519 AD. Croatia was declared Antemurale Christianitatis(Bulwark of Christianity) by Pope Leo X in a letter to Ban Berislavić. The only country to receive this title from a pope, and multiple times.
/r/europeAlbanian volunteers march past Austro-Hungarian soldiers, 1916 [Colorized]
/r/europeWarsaw 11/12/2019 - Second photo from yesterday's failure of the heating pipe in Warsaw, which paralyzed traffic in a large part of the city. I took this picture standing in a traffic jam on my way to work. First one in comment.
/r/europeOld Romanian magazine depicting the Beatles as 1848 revolutionaries