fringe group

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fringe group

A group of people within a political party who hold extreme or minority views.
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Now in my experience the words honourable and politician sit uneasily together but if Jason McCartney were honourable he would tell the Kippers looking for a home no thanks go and form an alliance with the Raving Loony party or perhaps another fringe group like Miss Whiplash the English Correction party.
These accusations aren't made by a noisy fringe group.
Parliament was coerced by a fringe group of religious elite to enact four black laws, virtually fragmenting the dream of a united Myanmar," the cardinal said.
When Russian President Vladimir Putin banned "gay propaganda" in June of 2013, Russia's LGBT community went from being stigmatized as a fringe group to being treated as an enemy of the state.
Earlier, one of its camerapersons had been roughed up members of a Hindu fringe group.
THERE are 66 days to go until the election and Ukip supporters Gareth Bennett and Ron Page have yet again chosen to frame their support for Mr Farage's fringe group in terms of personal insult towards little old me.
Sadly every nation has its fringe group and its lunatics and its conspiracies about the perpetrators.
Earlier this week, Jordan recalled its ambassador after several hours of heavy clashes at the compound between police and Palestinian stone-throwers who were bent on preventing a visit by a far-right Jewish fringe group.
On Friday afternoon, on stage at Tzavtathe cultural epicenter of Tel Aviv's left-leaning bohemiaAmos Oz had harsh things to say about the Hilltop Youth, the fringe group of settlers whose particular form of teenaged ennui sometimes involves defacing mosques with hurtful graffiti, torching cars, and other acts of baboonery.
The author looks at how what was once a Neo-Nazi fringe group became a major player in British conservative politics.
The Lib-Dems supposedly stand up for fairness as they seem to support any fringe group that puts forward their crackpot ideas, yet on an issue of real fairness they fail.
A TORY candidate can today be revealed as the Scottish voice of a fringe group that supports actors "blacking up".