- Blend of Euro- and bureaucrat (Wiktionary)
“They include banning ministers and officials from referring to unpopular EU institutions like the European Commission, places such as Brussels and Strasbourg, the euro currency, terms like "Eurocrat" and "EU directive" and controversial policies such as the Common Agricultural Policy and the EU constitution.”
“All negotiations end with a degree of ambiguity," Étienne Davignon, a former senior Eurocrat, told a meeting at a Friends of Europe forum in October.”
“Congress was unveiling the final details of a corporate tax bill so laden with subsidies, and so infused with government industrial policy, that any Eurocrat would be proud to call it his own.”
“And for the record, I am a third-generation American from the U.K., so hopefully Mr. Hannan and his followers won't see me as a Eurocrat dedicated to improving my lot in life.”
“I think of Peter Mandelson as an example of a Eurocrat ...... to whit one who is determined to use whatever means to destroy all working class benefits and rights and achieve a New Serfdom (sigh).”
“Clegg is often described as a former Eurocrat, which makes him sound very dull.”
“I do not want some Eurocrat deciding where, how much, and in what form my money is donated.”
“At every turn this or that Euro Nabob or Eurocrat will say that they would ‘love’ Britain to play its full part in the EU.”
“I think of Peter Mandelson as an example of a Eurocrat......to whit one who is determined to use whatever means to destroy all working class benefits and rights and achieve a New Serfdom sigh.”
“Eurocrat at EmiratesPeter Scudamore and Arsenal's chief executive, Ivan Gazidis, will meet with the European Commissioner responsible for sport, Androulla Vassiliou, tomorrow.”
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