Definitions

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  • proper noun a movement to rebrand the British Labour Party by discarding traditional goals (such as nationalization)

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Examples

  • One BBC presenter Sian Williams I believe pointed out that the term New Labour was no longer featured on the party website.

    Forward or back? Or neither?

  • One BBC presenter Sian Williams I believe pointed out that the term New Labour was no longer featured on the party website.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Before I called New Labour MP's toffs a while back and it really does suit them, I shallfinish with what I said before about our Labour filth MP's.

    Gordonomics - Life on the streets in Gordon Browns "Cool Britannia"

  • Particularly in the long-term New Labour rotten boroughs of the north, local government appointments are a New Labour nexus.

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  • Asked whether the Prime Minister had used the phrase New Labour in the article or indeed ever, the PMS said that he had used the phrase in the article and he would be very surprised if he had not used the phrase before.

    Downing Street Says

  • Asked whether the Prime Minister had used the phrase New Labour in the article or indeed ever, the PMS said that he had used the phrase in the article and he would be very surprised if he had not used the phrase before.

    Downing Street Says

  • Asked whether the Prime Minister had used the phrase New Labour in the article or indeed ever, the PMS said that he had used the phrase in the article and he would be very surprised if he had not used the phrase before.

    Downing Street Says

  • Asked whether the Prime Minister had used the phrase New Labour in the article or indeed ever, the PMS said that he had used the phrase in the article and he would be very surprised if he had not used the phrase before.

    Downing Street Says

  • Asked whether the Prime Minister had used the phrase New Labour in the article or indeed ever, the PMS said that he had used the phrase in the article and he would be very surprised if he had not used the phrase before.

    Downing Street Says

  • Asked whether the Prime Minister had used the phrase New Labour in the article or indeed ever, the PMS said that he had used the phrase in the article and he would be very surprised if he had not used the phrase before.

    Downing Street Says

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