Euroscepticism love

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  • n. scepticism of the increasing powers of the European Union

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Examples

  • Shorn of its immediate rationale – the campaign for a "no" vote in the referendum – Euroscepticism is also undergoing its own crisis, which may be of greater magnitude than is confronting the integrationalists.

    What a difference a year makes

  • Modernisers dislike his Euroscepticism, which is becoming more pronounced by the day, and also his strategic alliance with Iain Duncan Smith in favour of a strong family policy.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • But they also recognise how unpopular it is, which is why they pretend to be hostile and invented'Euroscepticism' to console disgruntled voters.

    What did you do ......?

  • But they also recognise how unpopular it is, which is why they pretend to be hostile and invented 'Euroscepticism' to console disgruntled voters.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • That raises the prospect that Henry VIII would not have been responsible for the greatest example of Euroscepticism: the break with Rome in 1533.

    Royal equality act will end succession of first born male - rather than older sister

  • If Predict 09 is correct then the UK result is hardly an endorsement of Euroscepticism, and one can but wonder if the financial crisis has changed people's attitudes towards the EU and its role in their lives.

    Predict 09

  • The Euroscepticism of the British Conservative Party has led to its divorce from both the European Democrats and the EPP-ED parliamentary group.

    European manifestos

  • • Gideon Rachman, at the Financial Times, says William Hague's "gut Euroscepticism" seems to have modified.

    Conservative conference live - Monday 4 October

  • That has now changed, he says, because the Conservative party has embraced Euroscepticism.

    EU referendum Commons vote – live coverage

  • Cameron has spent six years trying to contain Euroscepticism, but now the lid has blown off the kettle and he is facing not just the largest rebellion since the election, but the largest rebellion over Europe ever faced by a Conservative prime minister.

    EU referendum Commons vote – live coverage

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