Euro-sceptic


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Euro-sceptic

[ˈjʊərəʊskeptɪk] Eurosceptic Neuroescéptico/a m/f

Euro-sceptic

nEuroskeptiker(in) m(f)

Euro-sceptic

[ˈjʊərəʊˌskɛptɪk] neuroscettico/a
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With anti-integration, Euro-sceptic parties across the continent hoping for big gains, the French president is seeking to rally liberal, internationalist forces which have been buoyed by Sunday's Spanish election that saw a resurgence in fortunes for the strongly pro-Brussels Socialist Party.
A rebellion by Euro-sceptic backbenchers could wipe out Mrs May's majority when the Bill returns to the Commons on Monday, in what would be the first significant test of strength for her Brexit critics.
It is the reason David Cameron's reshuffle, a lurch to the Euro-sceptic right under the cover of skirts, was so heavy on accents.
UKIP topped the European election vote in both the UK and the West Midlands where the Euro-sceptic party took three of the seven seats available.
The "racial overtones" that run through the euro-sceptic party echo the extreme right movement of the 1920s and 1930s and hark back to Enoch Powell, notorious for his "rivers of blood speech", the former Cabinet minister said.
Heaven help any Euro-sceptic if these two leaders form the next coalition, which is quite possible B Clark, Smethwick
My only excuse is that it was true" - Sir John Major's (pictured) response when asked if he regretted calling his euro-sceptic ministers b***ds.
PatGlassMP Pat Glass Vince Cable on#Marr committed 2 making this rt wing, euro-sceptic, back 2 basics, tory-led govt work-Stockholm syndrome?
EURO-SCEPTIC David Cameron looked uncomfortable in the Commons yesterday when Labour MPs taunted him over his enforced Euro-pragmatism.
Therefore, I would suggest to the Euro-sceptic lobby, that the greater threat to our independence comes from Washington, not Brussels.
Mr Cameron's problem is that the Conservative Party is much more euro-sceptic now than it was in the 1990s when John Major ran into trouble with the Maastricht Treaty.
We stand a far better chance of electing a majority of MPs who would vote for a referendum if, at least in every relatively marginal constituency, Euro-sceptic and withdrawal list candidates accept that we dare not split our vote, and agree to put up only one candidate on a manifesto commitment to a referendum.