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- proper n. Conservative party
- proper n. Diminutive of Progressive Conservative Party
- proper n. Diminutive of Conservative Party of Canada
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- n. a political party (especially in Great Britain or Australia) that believes in the importance of a capitalist economy with private ownership rather than state control
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The Conservative Party, which is seeking a third mandate under Mr. Harper, has vowed to return the country to a budget surplus no later than fiscal 2015.
George Pataki and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, while solidifying support from the state Conservative Party, which is key for any Republican running statewide.
And in Britain, May elections brought to power a coalition dominated by the Conservative Party, which is well known for its Europhobia.
The Conservative Party, which is made up of Republicans pretending to be something else so they can have their own special line on the ballot, is among the unconverted.
Vulture, Zod etc, surely the point is that Heffer has been almost a lone voice in seeking to remind Dave that the party he is leading is called The Conservative Party not the Metropolitan Liberal Green Party.
The Conservative Party are a Centre–Right Party. with similarities to US Republicans Economically, they support Free Market policies, and socially, they tend to support more traditional values.
The Conservative Party is a fiscally conservative party.
The old joke, "our Labour Party is like your Democratic party and our Conservative Party is a bit like your Democratic Party" is true.
Over and above the loathsome behaviour of our government, however, is the attitude of Her Majesty's "loyal opposition", the once great Conservative Party, which is reduced to this.
The opposition Conservative Party, which is leading in polls ahead of an election that must be held in less than a year, has proposed stripping the FSA of many of its powers and making the Bank of England ultimately responsible.