Europhobic

Europhobic

(ˌjʊərəʊˈfəʊbɪk)
adj (sometimes not capital)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) hostile to Europe, Europeans, or the European Union
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Cameron talked up the offer of Brexit as a magical potion that would cure the Europhobic illness that had split the party for decades.
Politics was already overshadowed by the European issue and, with the Tories having won an overall majority, David Cameron couldn't rely on the Liberal Democrats to block the referendum on EU membership he had been forced to concede under pressure from the party's Europhobic right wing.
The bad news is that the "no-deal" withdrawal from the European Union that Johnson advocated to win the leadership of the europhobic Conservative Party could cause a sudden stop in economic activity comparable to the disaster that followed the failure of Lehman Brothers in 2008.
(By the way, Mr M is such a Eurosceptic, his home is in France.) In fact, the infantile antics were exactly what we could have expected from that feel gype Nigel Farage and his Europhobic fanatics.
Regardless of any promises made to the Europhobic Tory membership, the next prime minister will ask to reopen the Brexit negotiations and seek a further extension.
The ERG, of which I assume Mr Jack is a member, is a minority group of hard-right europhobic back-bench MPs chaired by Jacob Rees-Mogg.
Along with Euro-optimism, which affirms many advantages of European integration and strengthening the role of the European institutions in all countries of the European Union with major or minor impact, there are those who are Eurosceptic, and even Europhobic, who oppose any form of impairment of national sovereignty in favor of European integration.
Better to have her across the table than be faced with, say, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson or another ardent Brexiteer keen to demonstrate his Europhobic resolve.
Since the late 1990s, when the Tories decided the only way they could attack Tony Blair was by branding him as a quasi-traitor ready to dissolve Britain into a European minestrone run by foreigners in Brussels, the Conservative Party has steadily become more Europhobic.
Relieved of the need to keep Britons from bolting, Juncker wrung howls of outrage last week from London's europhobic press when he called national borders "the worst invention ever".
He's never belonged to the nasty party side of the Tories: he needs to distance himself from it now and silence his vociferous, Europhobic right wing.
Bohuslav Sobotka's new Czech government wants to put an end to the era of Vaclav Klaus, the Czech Republic's Europhobic former president, and aims to stop Prague's prolonged institutional quarrel with the EU.