GERARD HOWLIN: Social democrats moved to the centre and got caught in the middle

Social democracy compromised across Europe, but the centre has swallowed it, writes Gerard Howlin.

German Social Democrat Party chairman, Martin Schulz, has seen his party's share of the vote slump. Picture: AP Photo/Michael Sohn

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