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- n. a member or supporter of the Labour Party, the left wing party of Great Britain
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- n. a member of the British Labour Party.
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- n. a member of the British Labour Party
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I am a from another party blogging to make you think I am a "Labourite", so I can stir up trouble between you and your coalition partners :- Clever isn't it?
The British jingo, the pious Christian pacifist, the member of an exclusive club, the mere "Labourite"; all these he had been (or imagined he had been), and all these he attacked in turn.
The eleventh would have been a Tory in 1999 and a Labourite in 2004.
With English Labour stealing nearly £½bn from Wales, whilst not cutting several times that on Crossfail, a London railway scheme to take East Enders to Westbourne Park (and other equally useless places), I shouldn't even count on the Welsh Secretary having the confidence of any Welsh Labourite with a brain.
But one thing that she did do for the country is to put the whole Labourite obsession with class and envy and leveling down and “tax them until the pips squeak” outside the Overton window.
If you're a Labourite and you're against Cameron's plan, let me tell you that at least you have one thing to be grateful for.
We suspect a class-obsessed Labourite author, but in these days of political cross-dressing, nothing is assured.
But it was the trendy social-worker Labourite vocabulary I was lamenting, not the facts ... "communities," "religious identities", etc. John Wilkes
This friend is a Labourite to the tips of his fingers.
Ironically this concern may - if Labourite devosceptics keep pushing their agenda - lead to Plaid shaking hands with the Devil in order to banish him forever.