cross-party

cross-party

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) denoting interaction between two or more political parties: a cross-party group.
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cross-party

[ˈkrɒsˈpɑːtɪ] ADJ cross-party supportapoyo m multilateral
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But the press charter, which differs in several key details from the cross-party plan, was denounced as "desperate" by the Hacked Off campaign for reform of press regulation, which said it would produce a regulator which was no less an "industry poodle" than the much-criticised Press Complaints Commission.
To show their support at the Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, Joyce Watson AM, chairwoman of the cross-party group on the trafficking of women and children, former rugby player Derwyn Jones and First Minister Rhodri Morgan lit a candle Ms Watson said: "Men often look up to their sporting heroes and if they can see that players like Derwyn can make a stand against domestic violence then that will help to change the culture."
Tory Bolton West member Chris Green voted against the proposal for a cross-party alliance to take control of business but the motion was upheld by 328 votes to 301: a majority 27.
Westminster is braced for a showdown that could lead to a snap election as a cross-party alliance takes on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted "I don't want an election, you don't want an election", but he said he would not seek an extension to the Brexit deadline - which is what a cross-party alliance are demanding if there is not a deal.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted "I don't want an election, you don't want an election" but he said he would not seek an extension to the Brexit deadline - which is what a cross-party alliance are demanding if there is not a deal.
Voters face the prospect of a third General Election in four years as Boris Johnson issued a fresh warning to rebel Tory MPs not to back a cross-party Bill which could rule out a no-deal Brexit.
He also said any citizens' forum should have cross-party support and "time to be properly organised".
The effort to boost the number of People's Vote MPs in Parliament comes as the SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford issued a call for a cross-party summer summit to put the brakes on Boris Johnson's drive towards a no-deal Brexit.
"We were very pleased to see the strong cross-party determination from the Black Country MPs to do everything they can to keep this facility open - and this confirms our belief that only the Government in Westminster can step-in and deliver the sustainable funds we need." Also attending the meeting were MPs Ian Austin, Eddie Hughes, Mike Wood, James Morris, Adrian Bailey and Eleanor Smith.
LONDON (Alliance News) - Cross-party Brexit talks have collapsed after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told UK Prime Minister Theresa May they had "gone as far as they can".
Labour sources say they will not back the bill without a cross-party deal.