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  • n. Plural form of Eurosceptic.


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  • I find the so-called Eurosceptics get off way too lightly with their complaints about Europe.

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  • The scary thing, however, is that so many so-called Eurosceptics take exactly the Foreign Office line on Iraq and the war on terror, little realising that they are reinforcing the very Eurocentric policy they profess to oppose.

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  • Prague - Czech President Vaclav Klaus today discussed European integration and the Lisbon treaty with representatives of the Independence / Democracy EP group whose members are called Eurosceptics, Czech MEP Vladimir Zelezny, member of this EP group, has said.

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  • The reference to "Eurosceptics", however, was confined to the title – over which the writer has no control - but, in the first line of the text, Rifkind elected to refer to "Tory Europhobes".

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  • As a belief system, it divides the world into two camps, the believers and the unbelievers, the latter group encompassing a division known as "Eurosceptics" or "Europhobes".

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  • You may have detected that critics of Europe, the so-called 'Eurosceptics' were putting it about that the Blair government is determined to force Britain into the single currency, come what may.

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  • Labour's 1983 manifesto promised to leave the Union, and whilst the Conservative party have never pledged to leave the Union, a growing band of "Eurosceptics" threatened to tear the party apart in the

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  • Pat Cox, a former President of the European Parliament, has today thrown his glove in and vowed "not to give an inch" to 'Eurosceptics' in the debate.

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  • Other Tory MPs privately said that Cameron, having won a hero's reception from his MPs last week, should increase his efforts to appeal to the Eurosceptics in his party in order to force the Lib Dems out of the coalition.

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