Middle England


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Middle England

n
(Sociology) a characterization of a predominantly middle-class, middle-income section of British society living mainly in suburban and rural England
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Nor could we survive a Blarite Labour Party government which pandered to the wishes of Middle England.
ACTOR and comedian Steve Coogan says he doubts Jeremy Corbyn will appeal to middle England.
In the show he explores life behind the curtains of Middle England.
So behind those closed, outraged doors of middle England, what they were secretly doing was going to buy this stuff online.
Main ring attractions included performances from the Knights of Middle England professional horseman stunt riders and displays of vintage and modern farm machinery along with a grand parade of livestock.
As per the report, UK s most punctual scheduled airline, bmi regional, announced that it has named Lynne McGrath as Sales Executive, South and Middle England.
One group of the electorate that does need some consideration is those millions of people who pay income tax at the 40 per cent rate, the group that constitutes Middle England.
I know much of its gentle humour comes from this, but I still want to shake the namby pamby parents - while the whole show needs dragging out of its mild, inoffensive, middle class and Middle England comfort zone.
New Labour governed for 13 years because their Tory policies suited middle England.
On the upside, the whole of middle England - the people who like to say that Andy is too dour and unemotional and surly - had to rethink their prejudices when they saw just how much winning means to him.
So, ministers are prepared to spark revolt in Middle England to drive through a high-speed link - and to send Tory leaders in Southampton into apoplexy over cruise liners.
IF Ed Miliband wants to convince the voters of Middle England why they should vote for him, he needs to distance himself from his trade union backers.

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