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left-of-centre in Groupings topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleft-of-centreˌleft-of-cen‧tre British English, left-of-center American English adjective 🔊 🔊 PPGsupporting ideas and aims that are between the centre and the left in politics opp right-of-centre 🔊 a modern left-of-centre party with wide appeal
Examples from the Corpus
left-of-centreA left-of-centre paper combining easy tabloid reading with heavyweight news coverage looked like a good bet.The second consequence is that ambitious left-of-centre politicians no longer need to genuflect to the far left to advance their career.Boal was a successful barrister who combined staunch unionism with a left-of-centre position on social and economic issues.