White Van Man


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White Van Man

n
informal derogatory a male van driver, often of a white van, whose driving is selfish and aggressive
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He is calling on it to be "the party of the white van man, Uber drivers and mum-preneurs", as such workers' wages are "50% lower" than the average.
The arguments for and against the white van man can be simplified.
But Will Mellor's character in the offbeat BBC3 comedy White Van Man is closer to real life than any other character he has played.
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A SUSPICIOUS white van man who approached two schoolgirls in the street is today being hunted.
THE truck-driving, builder brother of MP Emily Thornberry has spoken out about the White Van Man tweet that cost his sister her job as Shadow Attorney General.
I READ a letter in your newspaper entitled White Van Man danger.
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He had a short-lived pop career and won Celebrity Fame Academy in 2003 but is now back at his best in comedy vehicle White Van Man.