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(In Britain) a now largely redundant political party that formerly represented the British working class. Growing out of the Union movement in the late 19th century, it now acts largely as a hobby horse for bored Hampstead housewives, woke activists and careerist politicians.
Rob: hey did you hear that Labour Party activist talk about the pressing need to decolonise the curriculum, promote greater understanding of gender fluidity, and to increase the numbers of black lesbians in STEM?
Alice: yes - I’m sure that will help win back former Labour seats in the north.

Builder: I’m just a tad concerned that an open-door to labourers from Eastern Europe might be suppressing wages and making it harder for me to make a living.
Labour Party activists: shut up racist!
Builder: It’s nothing to do with race - besides eastern Europeans are white.
Labour Party activist: don’t mansplain to me.
by A jolly fine fellow January 07, 2021
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Abbreviation for “Dude Arguing Online”.

Plural: “DAOs”

Coined by Twitter user @karakittel.
Would the internet exist without DAOs? Sadly, I don’t think so.
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by monkeylabor June 13, 2021
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Collective term for fat, lazy, dumb, corrpupt bastards
Look at all those idiots standing over there, they look like such a Labour Party!
by BigT 747 August 30, 2007
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A political party historically on the left of centre of politics, recently through the hard work of Tony Blair a right wing Conservative party with even more right wing views.
Lurching from scandal to mistake to deceitfullness the labour party has managed to alienate its large following after the Conservative downfall. Many UK voters are now faced with the dilemma of being faced with two right wing parties , both with leaders distrusted by the public.
The Labour party is now in negotiations with President Bush to make the UK the 51st American state so we can enter military conflicts on their behalf whilst they sit at home eating big macs and watching all 235 channels of cable tv 25 hours a day. Tony Blair and his cabinet feel this is not at all in conflict with the roots of labour and their stance for nuclear disarmament and equality for all
Id rather see Basil Brush in office than the labour party, at least he's funny and more intelligent than Blair and Blush combined. Mind you with Labours broken promise on fox hunting there might be a Basil about to take office
by binsurfer December 11, 2003
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