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Tribune Group

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a group made up of left-wing Labour Members of Parliament: founded 1966
[named after the Tribune newspaper, with which it is associated]
ˈTribunˌite n, adj
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It has been a pleasure for me working with Felix Adenaike, Tola Adeniyi aka 'Aba Saheed', 'Biodun Oduwole, Folu Olamiti, Sode, Edward Dickson aka'Eddy Eddy', Tayo Lewis, Segun Olatunji and several others in the management of the Tribune Group of Newspapers over the years.
Harold Wilson's Labour government admitted carrying out nuclear tests in the Nevada desert in the USA, causing a rift with the party's left-wing Tribune group which supported nuclear disarmament.
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At GateHouse's Hornell Evening Tribune Group in Elmira, N.
A Times and its parent company the Times-Mirror in 2000 by the Tribune Group for eight billion dollars, and how its focus shifted next to profits and cost-cutting.
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After being drafted in 1970 returning from service in 1971, the following year he was part of a Tribune group project on vote fraud that won a Pulitzer Prize.
In addition, the Fox stations have made an offer for repeats of Twentieth TV's "My Name Is Earl," also for fall '09, but Cook is trying to get the Tribune group to come up with a bid, hoping to create an auction that would bump up the license fee.
Having won a by-election in Neath in 1991, he was initially seen as being on the left of the party, joining the Tribune group of MPs.
In the early 1980s, he was chairman of the influential Tribune Group of left-wing Labour MPs.
Mr Boyes joined the Tribune group - campaigning for disarm- ament and an end to animal testing - and became chairman.