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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Only 18 per cent of voters said that they would back Labour if a general election was held today, putting the party behind the Tories (24 per cent), the Brexit Party (23 per cent) and Lib Dems (20 per cent).
While 45.6% back Labour's plan to stay in the single market and customs union during a transition phase, 52.5% say border control is the top priority.
FORMER prime minister Gordon Brown has called on pro-Union voters to back Labour and prevent "another divisive referendum" on independence.
And 42% say they will back Labour, down from 47% in the 2015 general election.
FORMER Plaid Cymru leader Dafydd Elis-Thomas has asked all "progressive" voters in the marginal constituency where he has a home to back Labour in the election to stop the Tories from winning the seat.
A new poll found that 42 per cent of voters said they would back the Conservatives if an election was held tomorrow - and just 28 per cent would back Labour.
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. She said: "I like pledges to extend free childcare and abolish zero-hours contracts.
A Populus poll of 5,000 people reveals 82 per cent back Labour peer Lord Falconer's controversial Assisted Dying Bill.
And our first survey last week showed 42% will back Labour's Ed Miliband to be next PM compared to 15% for the Tories, 14% Ukip e're all PANEL What we're all really thinkingt and 3% Lib Dems.
Mr Balls will attempt to win back Labour's reputation for economic competence by pledging the party would display "responsibility in the national interest", by cutting the national debt instead.