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party political

[ˌpɑːtɪpəˈlɪtɪkəl] ADJ [advantage, issue] → de(l) partido
party political broadcastemisión f de propaganda políticaespacio m electoral
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Saving lives, by adapting drugs developed to treat one illness to combat another disease, must never be a party political football when it is the best hope for the desperately sick.
Hobbit star Martin Freeman to Monty Python's John Cleese, FROM Hobbit star Martin Freeman to Monty Python's John Cleese, there is a long tradition of celebrities appearing in party political broadcasts.
The motion backed called for the council to "cease the practice of funding the travel, accommodation and registration fees for councillors of Kirklees attending party political conferences.
A Lib-Dem Party Political |Broadcast with Nick Clegg A Lib-Dem Party Political |Broadcast with Nick Clegg TOMORROW is election day and we all know what that means.
Labour's latest party political broadcast is called The Un-credible Shrinking Man and is vehement attack on the Liberal Democrat and Conservative coalition partners Labour's latest party political broadcast is called The Un-credible Shrinking Man and is vehement attack on the Liberal Democrat and Conservative coalition partners LABOUR faced a backlash yesterday after a broadcasting a B-movie-style election advert attacking the Liberal Democrats.
A BIRMINGHAM Labour councillor has been forced to apologise to constituents after distributing party political leaflets at a taxpayer-funded event.
The ceremony held at Expocuba, involved Cuban Communist Party s International relations Department head Jose Ramon Balaguer, heading the delegations of their relevant countries and also the Chinese Communist Party Political Bureau member Guo Jinlong.
Once again he has branded rumour as fact and played party political games over HS2.
Her column is nothing other than a party political broadcast.
As we have independent candidates free from party political machinations, I would urge electors to use their vote; and to consider supporting the non-party candidate whom they feel has the strongest qualifications and experience for holding the North Wales Police to account.
What I was not amused about was the use of Views of the North for a party political broadcast by Dave Anderson MP in support of the Labour candidate for police chief in the same edition.
A PROBE into Redcar MP Ian Swales' use of Parliamentary stationery says he was wrong to include party political material on a letter sent to constituents.