British Labor Party awaiting bad results from European Elections
The governing British Labor Party awaits for more bad results on June 6th in the European elections after finishing third in local elections.
The Labor lost control of four local councils and gave up 273 seats with only 23 percent of the vote while the Conservatives had 38 percent of the vote and the Liberal Democrats had 28 percent.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has seen his popularity decrease with the economic crisis as well as the expenses scandal.
Some members of the party told The Sunday Telegraph they expect a fourth-place finish when the European results are released Sunday. Some polls showed the anti-Europe United Kingdom Independence Party coming in second behind Conservatives.