British Labour Party

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a political party formed in Great Britain in 1900

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Ashrawi said during a meeting at the PLO headquarters in Ramallah with a visiting delegation of British Labour Party parliamentarians which was organized by The Council for Advancing Arab-British Understanding (Caabu) and Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) that the Balfour Declaration ae1/4oepresents a painful tragedy for the Palestinian people; the ramifications are still being felt throughout the region.
ALTERNATIVE "I want to congratulate Jeremy Corbyn on his re-election as leader of the British Labour Party, and on behalf of all members of the Irish Labour Party I wish him well in building a convincing alternative to the current Conservative government.
EDT - British Labour Party member of Parliament Jo Cox has reportedly died from the injuries she sustained Thursday after an attacker shot and stabbed her during a meeting with constituents in England.
1893: The Independent British Labour Party was formed by Keir Hardie.
British Labour Party politician and MP for Islington North Jeremy Corbyn told Anadolu Agency (AA) that he voted against the bombing of Iraq when Westminister was voting for military strikes and said, "I voted against not because I support in anyway ISIL.
There was no prouder moment in my life than when John Smith, a man from modest roots in Argyll and representing a large swathe of industrial Lanarkshire, became the leader of the British Labour Party.
BANNU -- PTI MNAs\' along with British Labour Party Pakistani member visited IDPs camp and inquired district administration about the well-being of the people who are coming from North Waziristan.
The British Labour party nationalised major portions of British industry, believing at the time that this was preferable to the private management of these industries.
He highlighted the government's policies and strategies based on boosting cooperation with those institutions, praising in this regard the pioneering role played by the British Labour Party and its keenness on fostering friendship and cooperation in all fields.
The amendment was backed by the British Labour Party, which had promised to make the provision part of its manifesto if the measure did not pass.
According to Vanity Fair magazine, Murdoch's wife of 14-years reportedly praised Blair's "good body and really really good legs", however, the British Labour Party politician has always denied he had an affair with Deng.
Summary: It was Ed Miliband, the British Labour Party leader, who posed the haunting question in Wednesday's parliamentary debate about the phone-hacking scandal: "Why didn't more of us speak out about this earlier?
Martin Linton, member of the British Labour Party Participated in Bil'in's protest this week.
The British Labour Party and the Wider World: Domestic Politics, Internationalism and Foreign Policy.
Civil war has broken out among members of the British Labour Party.
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