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  • n. Plural form of Euro-skeptic.

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Examples

  • Euro-skeptics hope that should treaty negotiations be reopened, Britain could use its assent to euro-zone consolidation as a bargaining chip to claw power back from Brussels on areas such as financial and business regulation.

    Britain's Tories Press to Weaken Ties To EU, Exposing Ruling-Party Divide

  • Her televised address to the nation at New Year may have lacked the passion of her speech to the Bundestag in December ahead of an EU summit, but it gave no comfort either to nostalgic enthusiasts of the deutsche mark, or to the unreconstructed Euro-skeptics of London.

    Tough-Talking Merkel Makes It Clear: Germany Needs Europe

  • For England's Euro-skeptics, the "Greek tragedy" proves the case for its refusal to join the Eurozone.

    The Intuition of the Lebanese

  • The news set off precisely the kind of chain reaction the Euro-skeptics had always feared.

    The End of the Euro

  • Your view of Euro-skeptics reminds me of the diner who complains, "The food is poisonous, and such small helpings."

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • The fiasco plays into the hands of the Euro-skeptics.

    Why No Gi Giovannas?

  • Good news for Euro-skeptics: a spiritual forefather has been uncovered -- an ax-wielding barbarian from the boondocks of first-century Germany, no less.

    The Lessons of History

  • Under pressure from anti-treaty Euro-skeptics at home, Brown wanted to downplay the signing as much as possible, but under pressure to show up from German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Commission President Jos?

    Is He Still A ‘Conviction Politician’?

  • The Euro-skeptics gained a fresh target when, two weeks ago, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroder put forward a blueprint for the European Union, which involved significantly expanding the powers of the Brussels-based European Commission and Parliament, the two Pan-European bodies, and weakening the Council of Ministers, which represents Europe's member states.

    Why Brussels Is Not So Scary

  • Recently Persson and other senior party members have all but gagged leading Euro-skeptics.

    Periscope

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