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Euro-sceptic

in Britain
1. a person who is opposed to closer links with the European Union
2. opposing closer links with the European Union
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The second, by Left-wing MEP Pervenche Beres, dismissed Euroscepticism as a "Tory spat" fed by a "backlash against openness".
But while I think the bureaucracy of the EU is frankly ridiculous, dislike red tape and want to see reform, my streak of Euroscepticism isn't enough to convince me that a leap in the dark is the way forward - I simply can't gamble on the future lives of the children and grandchildren that I hope to one day have.
Synopsis: "The Internet And European Integration: Pro- and Anti- EU Debates in Online News Media" offers a wealth of original empirical data on the link between rising Euroscepticism and online news and social media.
Other topics include Euroscepticism, the war on terror, digital reordering of the media landscape, and press concerns about the existence of privacy law and civil liberties.
Euroscepticism is one of the widely used yet still problematic concepts of political theory of relation between domestic and EU levels of politics.
And those Tory supporters flirting with UKIP could be wooed back by his blatant Euroscepticism and support for big business.
It will also have to overcome a reluctance among many EU members towards any enlargement of the bloc, fuelled by concerns over economic costs, rising euroscepticism and disappointment with democratic progress in the EU's latest members, Romania and Bulgaria.
Sven Giegold (Greens-EFA, Germany) accused the Bundesbank of having encouraged Euroscepticism in Germany, something Lautenschlager "absolutely disagrees with".
Euroscepticism, Europhobia, Eurocriticism; radical parties of the right and the left vis-a-vis the European Union.
Framing Euroscepticism in Mainstream Media and Writings by Eurosceptics in Sweden, Finland and Estonia 2000-2006, doctoral dissertation.
Referring to the PM's plan to hold an EU referendum by 2017, he said he had let Euroscepticism "infect the very soul of the party".
During her later years in office, she became increasingly associated with Euroscepticism.