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  • n. A federalist, especially in the EU.


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Blend of federalist and pederast


  • Thus she will find transmogrification into a federast a stress-free experience, copiously lubricated as it will be by all the shopping power that the lovely EU moolah will bring her, the deference and, under the new Constitution, the power she will wield over her erstwhile colleagues.

    Archive 2008-02-17

  • Those federast tots in their Strasbourg Playpen are continuing to throw their toys onto the floor.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • The New Leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, promised to split the Conservative Party from its federast friends in the Euro Parliament.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • To judge by past experience, a good presidency is one that takes the federast nightmare forward and a bad one is one that doesn't.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Could the great stuttering federast be breaking the Parliament's rules.

    England Expects

  • Again ..... our MP's may be a bunch of profiteering frauds but they are the models of integrity compared to those federast troughers in the EU.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's really rather an odd thing for the europhile leader of a near federast party to argue for but there it is.

    Trading Floor

  • The Irish Times interviews Eamon Gilmore, the Irish Labour leader in today's edition, and a classic federast political line comes out.

    England Expects


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