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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparty politicalˌparty poˈlitical adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 British EnglishPPG relating to activities in which people try to get support for one political party in a country 🔊 a party political broadcast on television 🔊 party political propaganda
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party politicalIt currently represents 300,000 women with different attitudes to feminism, different class positions, gender orientations and party political affiliations.In what is invariably an increasingly highly charged party political arena the goal of co-ordinated local action is often difficult to sustain.But in a party political broadcast last night, the Education Secretary John Patten defended the tests.The Prime Minister I am grateful to the right hon. Gentleman for reprising his party political broadcast of last evening.I remember crying sentimental tears a few years later in 1987 when I watched on television Neil Kinnock's party political broadcast.They have been the commonplace stuff of the party political debate that is adversary politics.While public administration in most localities is now firmly entrenched within a party political environment, precise management styles vary considerably.It stipulated that neutrality should be guaranteed by banning them from accepting party political positions or speaking publicly on behalf of political parties.party political broadcastAll the Tories needed to win was to play those interviews back as party political broadcasts.Did you see our frightful party political broadcast?He claimed Labour had shown desperation tactics by naming four-year-old Matthew to justify a party political broadcast.I remember crying sentimental tears a few years later in 1987 when I watched on television Neil Kinnock's party political broadcast.Some later described the speech as a party political broadcast.The biggest items of expenditure would probably be printing an election address and preparing a party political broadcast.But in a party political broadcast last night, the Education Secretary John Patten defended the tests.The Prime Minister I am grateful to the right hon. Gentleman for reprising his party political broadcast of last evening.