pro-European

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pro-European

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) having enthusiasm or admiration for the European Union
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who admires the European Union
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He told the Commons: "I think it's a politically unappealing and cynical approach to suggest violence may be a consequence of not doing what the pro-Europeans want, and they should think whether that is a wise approach to take.
There is no comfort for British pro-Europeans in the knowledge that the EU has worse problems than Brexit.
An even greater worry for us pro-Europeans is that if the antithesis of euroscepticism was born so fast, then time is fast ticking away for us, too.
Blair said the best approach for pro-Europeans at the general election "may mean" voting Lib Dem in some areas to stop pro-Brexit Tories - but then hastily insisted he was "not going to advocate people vote tactically".
The politician Kenneth Clarke, now well into his 70s has always been pro-European as has lord heseltine now in his 80s, and there are many more pro-Europeans of the older generation.
While Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has faced heavy criticism for being conspicuously absent from the campaign trail, Mr Blair admitted he was "concerned" by the fervour and enthusiasm displayed by the Brexit campaign, and said more passion should be shown by pro-Europeans.
Presidential elections are scheduled for May 25, organised by the pro-Europeans, but Russia is refusing to recognize the legitimacy of the interim administration in Kiev and tension is mounting between the two ethnic groups.
The pro-Europeans isolate the Eurosceptics, who consequently become even more resentful towards the institution, further distancing themselves from the policy making process.
BEFORE the pro-Europeans, who I know are thick on the ground in this newspaper, start getting a warm glow about Cameron's stance in Europe, let me just remind them of companies like Nissan which employ thousands of people in this area both within their factory and with associate industries.
Ever since the creation of the EU, European politicians have admitted that their ultimate goal is to create a United States of Europe, but this has always been fervently denied, at least in public, by British pro-Europeans.
Pro-europeans from Huddersfield enjoyed a canal cruise and a quiz.
As the Chancellor has repeatedly said, the best way pro-Europeans can build a pro-European consensus is by making the case for reform in Europe and standing up for the British national interest,' a Treasury spokesman said.