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  • One of the many ways in which British europhobia is so totally misguided is in failing to realise that, linguistically, anglophones are already so dominant in the EU that it is rather quaint to meet anyone who won't do a meeting in English.

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  • At the next election (likely to happen within a couple of years in that eventuality), it would be obvious that the only way to get rid of Labour would be to vote Tory (it's obvious anyway to people who are not motivated primarily by europhobia and/or xenophobia).

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • For a start, Flo, if the Conservative Party is to be successful then they must say goodbye to all forms of xenophobia, racism, homophobia, europhobia and greediness.

    Cameron Needs to Look to the Right

  • He made great capital in 1996/7, at least as much as sleaze, out of how the Tories were verging on europhobia, and it was he that then attacked Major viciously for saying that he would wait and see how the Euro panned out.

    Little Englanders All

  • If it wasn’t for the gladioli-toting one’s famed europhobia, I would suspect you had been happened upon in your indie reverie by Morrissey himself, on his way to get the old quiff tidied up chez ‘les intondables’.

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