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  • noun Plural form of marginal.

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Examples

  • Not a sheep: Labour votes in marginals collapsing skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Labour votes in marginals collapsing

  • Many of the Libs who supported were in marginals such as Lorely Burt in Solihull.

    Not voting for Christmas to come early

  • It certainly was interesting to see Labour bigging up Clegg and the Lib Dems as a shield against the Tories (I guess especially in Southern marginals).

    The Guardian World News

  • In any case, they are doing far better in the marginals, which is what actually matters.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • George Osborne yesterday promised to "redouble the positive" - hollow words that were immediately undermined by a series of ferocious attacks on the Lib Dems, who surge threatens to scupper Tory chances in a string of must-win English marginals.

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  • George Osborne yesterday promised to "redouble the positive" - hollow words that were immediately undermined by a series of ferocious attacks on the Lib Dems, who surge threatens to scupper Tory chances in a string of must-win English marginals.

    The Daily Record - Home

  • To his admirers, he is the man who saved a bankrupt Conservative Party and whose tireless work focusing his party's energy on the marginals could be the key to a Conservative victory.

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  • Ashcroft, who had previously refused to reveal his tax status, is a high profile figure because he's has been pumping millions into the so-called marginals - known in Canada as swing ridings - to defeat sitting Labour MPs.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • Ashcroft, who had previously refused to reveal his tax status, is a high profile figure because he's has been pumping millions into the so-called marginals - known in Canada as swing ridings - to defeat sitting Labour MPs.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • Mike Smithson was right when he suggested that the 'Brown Bounce' might be confined to the Labour heartlands, and that the PM is still not managing to win back voters in English marginals.

    politicalbetting.com

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