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- proper n. A political organization representing labour.
- proper n. Any of a number of political parties of various nationalities, often opposed to conservative parties.
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- n. a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900; characterized by the promotion of labor's interests and formerly the socialization of key industries
- n. a left-of-center political party formed to represent the interest of ordinary working people
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Parliamentarian Presbyterian equals Labour Party — plus one or two Church of England left-wingers, who are Social Democrats.
In the run-up to the debate, the political analyst Bill Schneider—these days, he’s on CNN—showed the Biden campaign a videotape of British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock’s speech to his party conference.
They’ve never forgiven Neil Kinnock for falling in the sea before the Labour Party Conference.
He was a big beefy Yorkshireman, florid, with pale blue eyes, an ex-coal miner and shop steward with important friends in the Labour Party and Trades Union Council.
Despite battle and murder, and Puritan revolutions and Royalist restoration, and Protestant revolution and Hanoverian succession, and industrial revolution and democratic succession, and the rise and fall of the British Empire, and two world wars and the rise and fall of the Labour Party and Trades Union succession … despite all that there was still a Steyning in possession of Standingham Castle after over three centuries of accelerating social change.
She and Dick had met years before in the Glasgow Labour Party and had stayed friends ever since.
Labour Party working together to formulate questions to be considered by the Fiji Court of Appeal later this month.