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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Eurosceptics or Euroscepticism

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Examples

  • As one member of the cabinet puts it: "There's no doubt at all that the Conservative party's centre of gravity, which was already distinctly Eurosceptical, is now even more so."

    The Tory Eurosceptics are on a roll. So why are they still so cross? | Andrew Rawnsley

  • Even Britain, excluded from the eurozone core meetings, sees the advantages, which is why Eurosceptical David Cameron is saying so little.

    EU economy: Cuts, growth, debt and democracy | Editorial

  • The BBC probably thought they were doing their bit for balance by inviting Helen Szamuely of the Eurosceptical blog EU Referendum onto a discussion with Zainab Badawi.

    Archive 2009-05-31

  • Are you a supporter of a Lib-Lab coalition, of AV, of European federalism although Brown's no slouch on that - he's a hell of a lot more Eurosceptical than Cameron, of the further erosion of civil liberties, of the neoconservative war agenda, and of the neoliberal destruction of everything that conservatives exist in order to conserve?

    Blair to Step Down as an MP in Weeks

  • I see that you are still under the mind-boggling delusion that the Tories are a Eurosceptical party.

    Andrew Marr Praises Margaret Thatcher

  • All three of Blair's Foreign Secretaries have been at least broadly Eursceptical (in marked contrast to any of Heath's, Thatcher's or Major's), and the present one is the most Eurosceptical since Bevin (the real reason for the BBC's hostility towards her - Tory Eurosceptics should give her a break).

    Gordon Brown: No Foreigners Need Apply

  • You don't have to like, or approve of, Mrs Beckett although right-wing readers should note that she is the most Eurosceptical Foreign Secretary since Bevin, which is why the Beeb wants rid of her.

    Margaret Beckett Says She is Staying Put

  • And I have, of course, laughed out loud at the appointment of Silly Milly as Foreign Secretary, while only just stiffling a tear at the removal of that office's most Eurosceptical occupant since Bevin.

    The Cabinet Starts to Take Shape

  • Her Free Democratic FDP junior coalition partners crashed out of the Berlin regional assembly with just 1.8 percent of the vote, raising pressure from some party activists to take a more Eurosceptical line.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The Eurosceptical party's success has sparked concerns that EU efforts to address the crisis could become much more difficult.

    Reuters: Top News

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