British Labour Party


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Noun1.British Labour Party - a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900British Labour Party - a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900; characterized by the promotion of labor's interests and formerly the socialization of key industries
labor party, labour party - a left-of-center political party formed to represent the interest of ordinary working people
Labourite - a member of the British Labour Party
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The British groups highlighted in this work include the British Socialist Party, the British Labour Party, the Independent Labour Party, the National Shop Stewards, the Workers' Committee, the National Guilds League, the Trades Union Congress, the Workers' Suffrage Federation, and the Communist Party of Great Britain (otherwise known as the British Section of the Third International).
London, Rabi'I 6, 1434, Jan 18, 2013, SPA -- The Islamic Cultural Center in London hosted yesterday a meeting with Ed Miliband, British Labour Party Leader of Muslim Community.
Civil war has broken out among members of the British Labour Party.
The British Labour Party and the Wider World: Domestic Politics, Internationalism and Foreign Policy.
Martin Linton, member of the British Labour Party Participated in Bil'in's protest this week.
The leader of the British Labour Party has criticized that strike action that has seriously affected thousands of schools, as well as airports, seaports and other public sector services.
SIR Alex Ferguson will auction a piece of football history this week to raise cash for the British Labour Party.
Summary: It was Ed Miliband, the British Labour Party leader, who posed the haunting question in Wednesday's parliamentary debate about the phone-hacking scandal: "Why didn't more of us speak out about this earlier?
Bearing in mind that he has little or no say over the domestic policy in his own Scottish constituency (which is decided in the devolved Edinburgh parliament), yet can pass laws in Westminster that affect only English voters to whom he is not directly accountable, he is on very shaky ground in his bid to lead the British Labour Party and the government of the United Kingdom.
Brown is trying to reinstate the reputation of the British Labour Party with this move.
In politics, Sarwar remained a British Labour Party politician who was elected Member of Parliament (MP) in Glasgow from 1997 to 2010, first for Glasgow Govan and then from 2005 for Glasgow Central.
The amendment was backed by the British Labour Party, which had promised to make the provision part of its manifesto if the measure did not pass.

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