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  • proper n. Short for the Labour Party.


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  • With coalition ministers thrashing around to find a welfare settlement that is both cheaper and more effective in getting unemployed-and-stuck people, some of them third-generation jobless, into the labour market – at a tough time too – Field used his new platform as government poverty adviser to challenge current Labour orthodoxy.

    Frank Field's comments on welfare reform are clever, provocative and perhaps counterproductive

  • I would propose an amendment to Original Tony's revised Representation of the Peoples 'Act whereby labour voters, their families and all those suspected of being Labour voters in the future, are utterly disenfranchised.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • If you take all the labour mps away from the labour party at Westminster who are from Welsh and Scots wards then the party would still have a majority .... because the English voted for the Labour government in great numbers providing the large majority they have.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Well they got 38% in the local elections, probably a few points off for the expenses nonsense labour were smashed and in the Euro election they got nearly double what Labour got.


  • Paul Martin's long term postition and along with it the family's would for example be undermined if some big hitting external labour candidate were to come in an win it - hero of the hour in Labour circles.

    By-Election is go!

  • To try and answer your point about labour taking that step to back Labour.

    Operation Insurmountable

  • Nedlac, representing government, business and labour, would have to establish whether the notice was valid under Section 77 of the Labour

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Labour Court recently ruled that even undocumented migrants and refugees have the same labour rights as enshrined in the Labour

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Glyn, the anti labour vitriol was around in 2004 but it never manifests itself into votes or political change, just apathy and Labour remaining in power sad to say.

    d'Ancona gets it right.

  • South Australia is about as labour as you can get and now all Australia is one big Labour country it is showing signs of going nulabor already.

    Leavin' on a jet plane


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