Euroscepticism, also known as EU-scepticism, means criticism of the European Union (EU) and European integration. It ranges from those who oppose some EU institutions and policies and seek reform, to those who oppose EU membership outright and see the EU as unreformable. The opposite of Euroscepticism is known as pro-Europeanism, or European Unionism. Euroscepticism should not be confused with anti-Europeanism, which is a dislike of European culture and European ethnic groups by non-Europeans.
Britain's Electoral Commission said on Wednesday its representatives had visited Nigel Farage's The Brexit Party to look at the systems the party has in place after criticism about some of the anti-EU.. Reuters - Published
From Volkswagen to Spotify to Iberdrola, Europe's biggest firms are urging people to vote in key European Parliament elections this weekend amid concerns that an anti-EU outcome could disrupt their.. Reuters - Published
British Prime Minister Theresa May offered on Wednesday to quit if her twice-defeated EU divorce deal passes, in a last-ditch attempt to persuade Eurosceptics to back it. Reuters takes a look at some..
Theresa May has pushed back a decision on her departure date until early June following an agreement with Conservative Party backbenchers. The prime minister will also give parliament another chance to.. WorldNews - Published
Far-right parties, Eurosceptics and populists are still polling well in many EU states ahead of the European Parliament elections. In today's Europe Report we tell you how several nationalist groups.. France 24 - Published