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Euro-sceptic

[ˈjʊərəʊskeptɪk] Eurosceptic Neuroescéptico/a m/f

Euro-sceptic

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Euro-sceptic

[ˈjʊərəʊˌskɛptɪk] neuroscettico/a
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Ministers said amendments to the EU Referendum Bill would restore the "purdah" rule - which bars the use of public money to promote one side in the final four weeks before a poll - following an outcry from Tory Euro-sceptics.
SIR - Euro-sceptics, mainly in the Tory Party, but also quite a sprinkling in the Labour fold, will be jumping for joy that our Prime Minister went to Brussels to put the UK's position regarding the proposed reorganisation of the eurozone and was the only head of state refusing to sign, which effectively ruled us out of the decision making.
THERE is a certain irony in a senior figure in Plaid Cymru berating Tory Euro-sceptics for wishing to free the UK from the clutches of Brussels.
Tory Euro-sceptics destroyed John Major's government and now seem intent on destroying Cameron.
Lib Dem Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander, left, told the party conference in Birmingham the Nats were making the "same mistake" as right-wing Tory Euro-sceptics, who think the economy would be stronger after separation.
IRELAND'S financial crisis has given fresh ammunition to the nation's euro-sceptics - including Edgbaston MP Gisela Stuart (Lab).
Had this contract gone to a European company, we would have been deafened by the outcry from the Euro-sceptics, deploring our loss of sovereignty to Brussels.
WELL done to the Daily Mirror for exposing the scaremongering of the euro-sceptics over the draft European constitution.
Therefore one myth that needs addressing is that all so-called Euro-sceptics are retrogressive little Englanders.
I am keen to see off the wild claims of the euro-sceptics and the euro-cynics within the Labour Party, that joining the euro would mean cuts in public services.
EURO-SCEPTICS are always whining that we are dominated by 'them foreigners'.