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  • n. One who is skeptical of increasing the powers of the European Union.
  • adj. Of or pertaining to Euroskeptics or Euroskepticism.


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  • I am a kind of Euroskeptic and maybe even a Euro-skeptic.

    The Reference Frame

  • Superb suggestion, except that "Euroskeptic" and "Euroskepticism" appear to be derogatory liberal terms.

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  • Sinnott, who identified herself not as an anti-EU "Euroskeptic," but as an "EU-reformist," also confirmed to LifeSiteNews. com that the EU is desperate to pass the Lisbon Treaty before the next elections, fearing that public opinion against Lisbon could create a road block against future plans for political expansion. Headlines

  • Despite her backing of collateral demands, which so far have received support mostly from Euroskeptic governments, Ms. von der Leyen's medicine against the euro-zone debt crisis is to strive for a much closer political union in Europe in financial, tax and economic policies.

    Merkel Rejects Collateral Deals

  • "Brussels is a paradise for the elite of bureaucrats," said Pirkko Ruohonen-Lerner , a lawmaker from the Euroskeptic True Finns party.

    EU Hopes to Shed Image of Coddling Staff

  • "Paris is about to succeed in the amazing challenge of reducing the interest and ambitions of the EU's common defense policy at a pace and with an efficiency that even the most Euroskeptic British would not have dreamed of," lamented Bastien Nivet of the Paris-based Institute of International and Strategic Relations in an editorial last week in Le Monde.

    NATO Strikes Show Europe Defense Dilemma

  • *** Europe A Euroskeptic party was in the thick of a tight four-way race after voting concluded in Finland's national election, raising the chance that it could enter government and disrupt the euro zone's program of bailouts for the bloc's deeply indebted countries.

    World Watch

  • But with a crowded domestic agenda Mr. Letwin claims there is little room for the Euroskeptic wing of the party to pick a fight with Brussels.

    Defining the Tory message, From Architect of Party's Plan

  • William Hague, a senior Tory official, said in an interview with the Sunday Times newspaper that a vote for Mr. Clegg would be a vote for a "European superstate," an attempt to scare voters in this largely Euroskeptic country.

    Liberal Democrats Crash U.K. Party

  • One of the most enduring myths of public life in Britain is that of Hague as Euroskeptic.

    The Strange Death of


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