I have also substantially added to the EU quotes section. Interestingly, and rather ironically, most of the quotes I cite come from those who support the EU project. Many europhiles bitterly complain about the UK press ignoring or distorting aspects of the EU, for example:
Miss Reding attacked what she described as Britain’s “yellow press” for peddling “misinformation” about immigration.
She said: “Often the problems between Britain and the EU more in theory than practice. There is ideological noise and misinformation from the yellow press.I completely agree about the misinformation point. However the trouble with the likes of Reding et al, is they think "misinformation" clouds judgement of their "brilliant" project; a project that is so wonderful that if only the UK papers told the truth we would all learn to love it. They fail to understand that the pro-EU UK newspapers don't print the truth precisely because they know themselves if they did we would be out quicker than you could say "Brexit".
That Eurosceptics keep quoting statements made by those in favour of the EU project should inform them of what a cataclysmic misjudgement that is. When critics embrace your comments as demonstrating exactly what Eurosceptics find unbearable about the whole damn project, then you know that you have kicked the ball firmly into your own net.