Euroskepticism love

Definitions

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

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Examples

  • Tory Euroskepticism When David Cameron was leader of the opposition it was the widely accepted wisdom that he would, if he became Britain's prime minister, have the most terrible difficulties with the European Union.

    The Strange Death of

  • Although she was forced out of office by the deeply unpopular poll tax and questions about her Euroskepticism, the Conservative Party remained in power for another seven years, and her vision for Britain is still influential.

    Transformers

  • Delors also enjoyed support from François Mitterrand, Helmut Kohl, and, before she drifted into Euroskepticism, Margaret Thatcher.

    The Accidental Head of Europe

  • As was to be expected after years of Tory Euroskepticism, European leaders were warmed by the sight of a Labour prime minister moving into No. 10.

    Getting The Hang Of Power

  • Euroskepticism may be a problem in the old member states.

    Corrupt in Sofia

  • Neither can Britain, for all its shared Euroskepticism to the east.

    MUDDLING THROUGH, TAKE 2

  • He let the genie out of the bottle by exploiting heartfelt Euroskepticism among many well-meaning Tories when it suited him.

    NYT > Home Page

  • With Euroskepticism spreading to the Netherlands, Austria and Finland - not to mention her own Christian Democrats and their allies the Free Democrats - Merkel must lead an honest debate about Germany's role in Europe.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The escalating sparring comes at a terrible time for the Europe Union, which for decades has looked to the Franco-German partnership to fuel and shape policy construction and crisis management - and counter Britain's traditional Euroskepticism.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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