Europhobe


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Europhobe

[ˈjʊərəʊfəʊb] Neurófobo/a m/f
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A country divided by Brexit instigated by a handful of hardline Tory Europhobe MPs.
Two nations, a principality and a section of a province, collectively the United Kingdom, numbering in all some 64m souls is being held to ransom by a coterie of some 60 Europhobe Conservatives who have discarded the so-called national interest and put narrow self-serving political ambition before anything else.
Le syndicat etudiant s'est attire les foudres de nombreuses personnes, d'autant qu'il s'etait distingue en condamnant sans ambages l'offensive d'IsraE1/2l a Gaza , une chanson de Robin Thicke ou le parti europhobe UKIP .
"Our quarterly survey shows that businesses reject both the Europhile dream of further integration and the Europhobe dream of a complete exit from the EU, provided a satisfactory renegotiation is achieved.
On these grounds alone - the prospect that Clarke stands more chance than his rival of delivering a Tory victory at the next election - you would have thought that Conservatives would be rooting for the former chancellor, whether they are Europhile or Europhobe.
They were not impressed - even if they agreed with it - by the existence of a dissident Europhobe wing which seemed to make the Tory position on Europe unstable.
Les populistes sont sous pression apres un scandale en Autriche qui a fait tomber l'un des leurs a quelques jours des elections europeennes, le plus grand scrutin democratique au monde apres l'Inde.Extreme droite europhobe, conservateurs eurosceptiques et populistes ambitionnent une percee lors du vote organise du 23 au 26 mai dans les 28 pays de l'UE, destine a renouveler le Parlement europeen.
The right wing Europhobe press are busily building up Cameron as some kind of Winston Churchill figure - with bowler hat, stogie and V-sign.
Yet it's not that long since anyone who argued for keeping the Pound was dismissed as a Little Englander or even a Europhobe.
IT'S not often that I agree with the Europhobe Staffordshire MP Bill Cash - but he is right to call for a full public inquiry into the foot-and- mouth epidemic.