class warrior


Related to class warrior: class warfare

class warrior

A person who is actively involved in the struggle between classes, such as a working-class political agitator.
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Suddenly exposed, the great class warrior found himself shoved into a class which transcends wealth, background or breeding.
I'm not a class warrior, nor do I go to bed hoping the revolution will have arrived in the morning.
Gordon Brown's no class warrior and Cameron should be ashamed he joined the elitist Bullingdon Club rather than that his parents sent him to Eton.
The Manchester United midfielder - known for both his designer gear and street wear - was described by GQ editor Dylan Jones as 'a genuine class warrior - only his battleground is Bond Street.
The PM's no class warrior but positioning Cameron as the representative of an elite works because it's accurate.
When health-conscious Sam insisted she didn't want a Chinese takeaway, class warrior Fred snarled: "We're not as educated as you.
William Hague can exploit this because for once the great Labour propaganda machine has gone so far "off message" it's turned its public schoolboy leader into a class warrior.
Premier Gordon Brown is no class warrior but he is right to draw attention to unfairness in Britain, to social injustice.
I think they had a vision of me as a class warrior, someone who would arrive in bovver boots and start swinging off the chandeliers and painting anarchy on his walls.
At the root of his difficulties, though, are two problems: first, Mr Prescott is an Old Labour class warrior among New Labour schemers (he thinks it hilariously funny, remember, to hold up a crab in a jar and call it Peter Mandelson), and secondly he happens to represent a staunchly Old Labour constituency.
My class warrior conscious abated, I was grateful a Carrickfergus company had recently set up to cater for tourists wanting to visit or leave the city in style.
He was a class warrior when coal owners were the most vicious of employers in their pursuit of profit.