I was up late last night for the results of the EU elections. In the UK, the UK Independence Party came first with 27.5% of the vote (Labour second with 25.5% and Conservatives third with 24%). In France, the Front National came first with 25%.
Both UKIP and the FN want to withdraw from the EU and reduce immigration (they differ in other respects). Since the UK is not part of the Euro, and is not likely to adopt the Euro in the near future, it is unlikely that the ECB's monetary policy had any big effect on the UK results. Neither party is fully "respectable" in the eyes of the establishment, but UKIP is more respectable than the FN.