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one who strongly favors retention of the existing order

strongly favoring retention of the existing order

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an American who favored the British side during the American Revolution

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a member of political party in Great Britain that has been known as the Conservative Party since 1832

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a supporter of traditional political and social institutions against the forces of reform

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"The Daily Express was similarly unimpressed, featuring a photograph of Soubry, Allen, and Wollaston smiling as they walked down the street under the headline: "No laughing matter"."At the 11th hour, these Remain MPs abandon the Tory party as May faces critical Brexit talks.
For a Labour Party movement which was set up supposedly to represent and fight tooth and nail for the ordinary Mr and Mrs Joe Public why has Labour continually voted with, supported and propped up the Tory Party in government in London?
If ever there was any doubt that this is a joint Labour/ Tory administration, that evaporated with them presenting their joint budget to defeat the SNP.
Tory MP Sarah Wollaston also insisted the DUP deal must not influence policies on the death penalty or abortion.
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The party warned that Tory MPs in Remain-supporting areas faced a "vicious backlash" in the election unless they campaigned to keep the UK in the single market and within the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Seconds after the result Nigel Farage and senior Tory MPs dropped their commitment to extra for our NHS.
A whole raft of the left, from Polly Toynbee to Owen Jones and the protesters outside the Tory conference, think this is the most ideologically charged Government in post-war Britain - "far to the right of Margaret Thatcher," declared Toynbee last week.
e party's motion to end the Conservatives' 14-year rule failed when the authority's 21 Tory, six Lib Dem and UKIP and two Independent members teamed up to oppose Labour.
Right-wing Tory voters see the Lib-Dems as diluting the core Tory agenda.
Tory adviser Sir Peter Gershon said spending on IT projects, office costs, contracts and recruitment could be cut.
The six per cent figure is precisely the current Tory lead over Labour, taking an average of recent mainstream national opinion polls.
In the General Election of October 1951, Middlesbrough West was one of the most decisive Tory gains that led to a Tory Government under Sir Winston Churchill, even though Labour polled more votes than the Tories nationally.
Tory by TRB, a high fashion retailer of apparel and accessories, signed a new lease to relocate their headquarters to 7,500 s/f at 99 Madison Avenue.
"Christian activists capturing Tory races," its front-page story by Gloria Galloway shouted in bold headlines.