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rightwards

(ˈraɪtwədz) or

rightward

adv
towards or on the right
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It is as if Blair, a centre-Left politician who lurched Rightwards, clings to his outdated creed because he doesn't want Labour to triumph with bold policies that reflect badly on his own compromises.
politics and prod it rightwards have been unpopular with the Republican Party base.
Other people, sitting in the same row, having seen what had happened, pushed rightwards and leftwards to make room for the three young women to sit.
The intra-party split in the Liberal Democrats between the more left-leaning 'social liberals' and the more right wing 'orange book liberals' offered the prospect of party indiscipline as grassroots party pressure could be anticipated--and provoked--on a leadership which had moved rightwards on health.
This pivots the isocost inward to reflect the higher price of factor X, which is then shifted rightwards until it is tangent with the original isoquant at a new cost minimizing combination B and as a result the firm demands only Q2 of X now.
For me his rightwards shift after his opposition to the Vietnam War and active support for CND was quite shocking.
So India hasn't just lurched rightwards, it has been witnessing a dangerous ratcheting up of communal tensions and atmospherics across the country.
Of course, the rightwards shift of the Labour Party was a purely ideological process, rooting out socialist ideas and destroying the democratic structures of the Party which had allowed the organised working class, through the trade unions in particular, to contend for influence within the party.
But [since] its move rightwards and embrace of the markets, Labour doesn't speak for me.
Yet, even here, Tory dogma is about moving the debate rightwards and picking off vulnerable groups while leaving pensioner benefits untouched.
Many survivors embraced self-denial, turned rightwards, and compromised their earlier achievements in areas such as social security, welfare, and Native American policies.