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  • Mr. Barroso's remarks seemed certain to fuel the anger of the so-called euroskeptic lawmakers in Mr. Cameron's dominant Conservative Party who are pressing for a renegotiation of Britain's entire relationship with the other 26 countries in the European Union.

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  • Klaus, well-known as a euroskeptic, has been holding out against signing the treaty, even though it has been approved by both houses of the Czech parliament.

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  • "The mood in Europe is more generally changing to euroskeptic."

    EU Mulls Wider Tax Mandate

  • "The euroskeptic crowd should have a field day in the run-up to Thursday, with both Italy and Spain coming to the market in the 2015-2016 bucket," the bank's analysts say.

    Big Week Ahead for Euro Zone

  • Having silkily dispensed with the old Rumsfeldian idea that the U.S. should deal with EU states as individual nations, he went on to dismiss the euroskeptic majorities in most European countries: "I believe in a strong Europe, and a strong European Union, and my administration is committed to doing everything we can to support you."

    A Letter to America

  • "The commission's proposal is certainly a step in the right direction, but remains too little, too late," said Sian Herbert , analyst at euroskeptic U.K. think tank Open Europe.

    EU Hopes to Shed Image of Coddling Staff

  • The coalition may have to include the euroskeptic True Finns Party, which opposes bailouts.

    Portugal Bailout Plan Detailed

  • At the same time, the cost of insuring European sovereign debt using credit-default swaps rose after Greece reportedly proposed plans to restructure its debt, and a euroskeptic party in Finland increased its parliamentary presence in the country's Sunday election.

    Central Bank: Greek Default 'Disastrous'

  • A strong showing in Sunday elections by Finland's euroskeptic True Finns party, which has steadfastly opposed bailouts by the European Union, threatened to complicate negotiations over a rescue package for Portugal, which recently became the third euro-zone country to request a bailout, joining Greece and Ireland.

    Debt Worries Weigh On Europe Bond Sales

  • With a shift of power, the populist-right, anti-immigration and euroskeptic Danish People's Party, which has been a solid and powerful support to the liberal-conservative minority government throughout its decade-long rule, will effectively be parked on the sidelines.

    Denmark Elects New Government

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