Rebranded UK Labour Party, once a bastion of socialism, now a spin-obsessed turdpile.
Politically, Cherie Blair stands a little to the left of Tony and New Labour. As does Jean-Marie Le Pen, the BNP, Silvio Berlusconi...
by KHD October 25, 2003
A political party to the right of the Conservitives that professes to be acting in the interests of workers while imposing anti-union laws and tax increases for the poor.
I voted for New Labour in the hope that they'd do some good in the country.
by Angus Prune April 17, 2003
Ruling political party of UK. Policies include rising crime, taxation (see gordon brown, hate of motoring, mass immigration. Espacially harmful to education. See tony blair.
New labour are getting kicked out in the next election.
by oracle February 6, 2004
Different to the old labour party, the became new labour in about 1994 when tony blair became leader and there heading for the right.
by Anonymous October 4, 2003
New labour, old labour renamed in the hope that they would have a lib dem effect and all the young ones would love them which they do, they get to have asbo's to make them look tough, more people pass GCSE and AS levels (by taking as many resits as they want and the fact that its easy but thats not the point blair thinks)
Tries to get us all to loose weight and be healthy one word, Prescott, basically lib dems in red and in power.
by Emmzy February 11, 2006