- Conservative party
was the first ever female Prime Minister and was a Conservative party candidate for that office.
Conservative party values are said to be very out-of-date by promoters of multiculturalism.
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Conservative Party — [kən səːvətɪv pɑːtɪ], britische Partei, Konservative und Unionistische Partei … Universal-Lexikon
Conservative party — a political party in Great Britain founded about 1832 as successor to the Tory party and characterized by moderate progressivism. * * * officially National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations. British political party whose guiding… … Universalium
Conservative Party — The Conservative Party has been the most successful political force in Britain in the twentieth century. It has dominated government in the postwar period and their spell in office from 1979– 97 was the longest of any party for almost two… … Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture
Conservative Party (UK) — Vorsitzender Logo Basisdaten Gründungsdatum: 1830 Gründungsort: London … Deutsch Wikipedia
Conservative Party — A political party of the United Kingdom that introduced the term conservative in its current meaning into the English language. The party was not commonly known by that name until the 1830s. It traces its roots through the antirevolutionary… … Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914
Conservative Party — noun a political party (especially in Great Britain or Australia) that believes in the importance of a capitalist economy with private ownership rather than state control • Hypernyms: ↑party, ↑political party * * * the Conˈservative Party… … Useful english dictionary
Conservative Party — noun a) Conservative party b) Diminutive of Progressive Conservative Party See Also: Conservative, Conservatives, big C conservative … Wiktionary