- n. Plural form of Tory.
- n. The British Conservative Party
- n. Canada The Conservative Party of Canada or one of that party's predecessors.
“But to further confirm his increasing closeness to the Tories is the fact he casts doubt on the quantitative easing policy too, which many have actually been saying to have a positive impact on the economy.”
“The problem though, for the Tories is that whilst they might like to slag speed cameras off, at a local level the Tories are actually very keen to put them up and make money from them.”
“One major difference between the Labour Party and the Tories is their respective attitudes to the family as a building block of a stable society.”
“We should be kicking Blair to kingdom come about his corrupt practices, sadly all we've heard from the Tories is a deafening silence.”
“Prime Minister Stephen Harper may blame opposition parties for toppling his government and forcing an election over what they call the Tories' "unprecedented … contempt of Parliament.”
“Labour today published what it described as the Tories 'emergency Budget, giving details of where it believed cuts would have to made.”
“Michael Ignatieff says he won't stoop to threatening an election despite what he calls the Tories '"crazy way" of running a democracy.”
“Voters will decide on instinct, they say, informed by what one calls the Tories '"aroma": do these guys smell any good?”
“The fact the gimmicks work for the Tories is simply because that is the only real substance that they have to offer.”
“This Smear story against the Tories is just the opening shot, there is much more to come, a shed load of poisonous smear stories just waiting to be aired.”
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