anti-marketeer

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anti-marketeer

[ˈæntɪˌmɑːkəˈtɪəʳ] N (Brit) (Pol) → persona f contraria al Mercado Común
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I don't know whether unconsciously I've drummed it into her but she's quite an anti-marketeer. I haven't forced it but maybe cynicism rubs off."
When, during the 1975 EEC referendum, Harold Wilson gave his anti-marketeer Ministers the freedom to campaign whichever way they chose, Shore was the most zealous and effective advocate of Britain's removal altogether from the EEC.
A large number of Labour left-wing anti-Marketeers were unhappy at how the defeat on Europe was followed by a general offensive by the leadership against the left of the party on other issues.
William Adams, the head of the Foreign Office's European integration department, wrote to his bosses and said that the Duke's speech was a gift to anti-marketeers in Parliament and the country.
When the last referendum was held in 1975, the issue was access and jobs in a common market, with pro and anti-marketeers emerging from all mainstream parties.
At least five members of the 23-strong Cabinet are Staunch anti-Marketeers, and the argument could be prolonged before the Prime Minister can announce his split Cabinet has given a majority verdict in favour of Europe.