back labour

back labour

A popular term for the location (i.e., lower back) of the pain and discomfort of uterine contractions, which most often occurs with posterior presentation.
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He's the latest celebrity to back Labour after the party won an endorsement from cooking legend Delia Smith.
NICOLA CATTO First-time voter Nicola, 26, a support worker for adults with learning difficulties, is planning back Labour.
A Populus poll of 5,000 people reveals 82 per cent back Labour peer Lord Falconer's controversial Assisted Dying Bill.
The global superstar has said he will back Labour in the General Election - despite his wife having donated PS15,000 to the Conservative party.
He signalled the Government could also back Labour leader Ed Miliband's plan for fixed, three-year tenancies, but ruled out banning letting agent fees on tenants.
We back Labour because they best represent the sense of fair play and social justice that Scots hold dear.
The number of voters intending to back Labour has risen by two points to 42 per cent while those planning to support the Tories has fallen five points to 35 per cent, the Reuters/Ipsos Mori survey found.
Between now and May 5, the Greens will try to convince Labour supporters they are wasting their votes if they back Labour in the second ballot for the regional seat.
Some 40 per cent of voters questioned by ICM said they would be less likely to vote for the party if Mr Brown was replaced as leader, compared to 38 per cent who would be more likely to back Labour.
A group of senior Islamic clerics and scholars today urged Muslim voters to back Labour at the May 5 General Election - despite their anger with the Government over the Iraq war.
He said police were not scouring the small multi-cultural ward asking if voters had been urged to back Labour at the elections on June 10, as defeated independent councillor Betty Campbell alleges.
But one third of those Lib Dems who voted for Nick Clegg in 2010 say they would back Labour in 2015.