anti-European

anti-European

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to the European Union or to political union of the countries of Europe
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to the European Union or to political union of the countries of Europe
anti-Europeanism n
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IT IS widely being suggested that if anyone is critical of any policies or procedures of the EU them they are anti-European.
Being anti-European is shooting yourself in the foot.
PETER Hain's refreshing proEuropean perspectives made a mockery of the anti-European rhetoric that so often plagues South Wales.
It was the usual anti-European rubbish we are used to from her and her kind.
But the agreement laid down no dates for when the ban might actually be lifted, and it left the key decisions firmly in the hands of the Brussels bureaucrats who are the nemesis of the rebellious anti-European wing of Major's Conservative Party.
French President Francois Hollande wants a French candidate to get the job so as to improve his ratings in domestic polls after being battered by the anti-European National Front.
The effect from this populist campaign is to cause a negative reaction of the majority of citizens but the creation of anti-European ambience is ruinous for the homeland's most vital interests.
But if they choose to vote for that party, make no mistake about it, there is more to running this country than an anti-European policy.
Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu has demanded a high-level debate among EU leaders on what he believes is a surge of xenophobia and anti-European attitudes in the bloc.
The Prime Minister is keen to talk tough and stop Tory voters defecting to the anti-European UK Independence Party.
SUTTON Coldfield businessman turned MEP Mike Nattrass is to bid to be leader of anti-European Union party UKIP following the move by Nigel Farage to stand down.
FAY Tinnion's column had a welcome focus on the issues that are at stake in European elections rather than on the sterile pro versus anti-European Union arguments (The Journal, January 28).