right-of-centre


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right-of-centre

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right-of-center

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics closer to conservatism and capitalism than to socialism, but not very extreme
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right-of-centre

[raɪtɒfˈsɛntəʳ] adjdi centrodestra
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These leaders know that such voters are more likely to gravitate to right-of-centre parties (such as the federal Conservatives), especially as centre-left parties (such as the federal Liberals and NDP) have become wedded to progressive positions on sexuality and abortion.
Ken Clarke disagrees, and a lot of right-of-centre MPs disagree with Theresa May, who was on one side [in the EU referendum].
As more than a dozen Saudi ministers outlined the kingdom's economic reform plan in late-night news conferences last week, they praised the private sector in terms that would have suited right-of-centre Western politicians rather than those from a state-dominated economy.
One Socialist deputy, Paulo Campos, a former secretary of state for public works, accused the right-of-centre governing coalition of failing to follow through on promises to slim down the state.
Without its intervention, the right-of-centre coalition was facing a possible protest movement by retired persons, who will likely be hit hardest by the sharp increase in electricity prices for some 850,000 households expected to result from this new phase.
This year there was a 10% increase in the number of iPad, tablet and Kindle thefts reported across the UK's rail network, figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by right-of-centre think-tank Parliament Street showed.
Flamboyant mobile phone millionaire Yevgeny Chichvarkin, a driving force in a new right-of-centre political party, fled Moscow after hearing he was about to be arrested.
The report, by the right-of-centre think-tank Civitas, said police officers spent too much time behind their desks instead of fighting crime.
The right-of-centre Swiss People's Party (SVP), which recently surged into second place in the popular vote, wishes to dedicate all of the gold to the Swiss pension system (though it should be emphasised that they have not yet clarified whether they would sell the gold and use the proceeds for the pension fund or hold the gold against future contingencies).
2 million people who do not have basic digital skills - the equivalent of PS141 per person - would yield "huge" economic and social benefits, the right-of-centre think-tank Policy Exchange said.
08% of votes, but it cannot hold its own against the centre-right coalition that will be formed by the ODS Conservatives, the new right-of-centre party TOP 09 and the centrists of Public Affairs (VV).
Flamboyant mobile phone millionaire Yevgeny Chichvarkin, 34, a driving force in a new right-of-centre political party, fled Moscow after hearing he was about to be arrested.