Cooperative Party

Cooperative Party

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Great Britain) a political party supporting the cooperative movement and linked with the Labour Party: founded in 1917
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Blaydon MP Dave Anderson, who has thrown his weight behind a mutualisation petition by the Cooperative party, said it represented best value for taxpayers.
We hope that the Council will be a cooperative party in what the governor has laid out as his desire to advance a timely Delta solution that provides California with a reliable economic backbone.
The Cooperative Party spent just pounds 382 in Wales - down from pounds 589 in 2005 - and the Alliance for Green Socialism invested pounds 149 in its campaign.
The Huddersfield Cooperative Party has been campaigning on this issue for some time and the Cooperative movement has championed fairtrade for years.
The plan has the backing of Labour MP John McFall, chairman of the Treasury select committee and a close Brown ally, and 29 more who are also Cooperative Party members.
The state set a trap in the Lake Shore Drive neighborhood after a third, cooperative party verified the presence of the animal about 11 a.
UK) traces the debates within the British left (consisting of the Labour Party, the trade unions, the Cooperative Party, the Independent Labour Party, the Social Democratic Party, and others) over the European integration project from 1945 to 2005.
He was elected as the Labour and Cooperative Party MP for Greenock in 1955 and held the seat and its successor, Greenock and Port Glasgow, until 1983.
Fukuda told reporters, ''I want to say, 'Let's work together' and it would be wonderful if the DPJ would tell us that they are a cooperative party.
Under Labour's complicated electoral college system, unions and other affiliated organisations like the Fabian Society and the Cooperative Party have one third of the total vote.
He was elected as the Labour and Cooperative Party MP for Greenock in 1955 and held the seat, and its successor Greenock and Port Glasgow, until 1983.
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