Eurosceptic


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Eurosceptic

(in Britain ˌ jʊərəʊˈskɛptɪk)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to closer links with the European Union
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposing closer links with the European Union: Eurosceptic MPs.
Translations
euroescépticaeuroescéptico
euroskeptikereuroskeptisk

Eurosceptic

Euro-sceptic [ˌjʊərəəʊˈskɛptɪk]
neurosceptique mf
adj [MP, group, remark, speech] → eurosceptique
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TIM Farron has stood by claims of being a Eurosceptic as he vowed to fight for a public vote on the terms of the Brexit deal.
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Commentators suggested Mr Johnson may have neither expected nor wanted Leave to win, calculating that a narrow defeat would make him the darling of the Eurosceptic right and put him in pole position to succeed David Cameron.
Sovereignty: This is the issue which has obsessed a few seriously Eurosceptic MPs for years.
EU leaders promoting utopian "illusions" of a united Europe have lost touch with its peoples and risk losing out to eurosceptic populists bent on breaking up the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday.
The Labour leader, in his first major speech on the referendum, said Eurosceptic Tories plan a "bonfire of rights" if the UK votes to quit the EU.
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The rise of far-right political parties in Europe, known generally for their anti-immigration and Eurosceptic policies, manifested itself in the 2014 European Parliament (EP) election and in the first round of regional elections in France and raises concerns over the future of the EU.