The term Euroskeptic (or Eurosceptic) has been used misleadingly to lend adversaries of European integration an aura of intellectual respectability.
Here are a few suggestions for a new and more accurate political EU vocabulary in a UK context, ahead of the European elections.
Stronger Together Poorer Apart
Behind the slipstream of Europe, paring down the Lisbon Treaty and approving it with four opt-outs.
Campaigns to take the European Union back to the Treaty of Nice and to put an end to free movement.
Wants to wreck the Lisbon Treaty, leave the mainstream EPP-ED parliamentary group and commence integration in reverse. The ones who love French wine and cheese and holidays on the Riviera may object to being called anti-Europeans, which however refers to their political views.
UKIP and BNP want Britain to exit.
Reasoned suggestions are welcome.