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Labour'd Quotes By Garth Nix: Charity is a very labour-intensive virtue. Charity is a very labour-intensive virtue. — Garth Nix
Labour'd Quotes By Edmund Phelps: Economists of a classical bent lay a large Economists of a classical bent lay a large part of the decline of employment, and thus lagging output, to a contraction of labour supply. — Edmund Phelps
Labour'd Quotes By Nicola Sturgeon: Voting Labour in the past hasn't protected Scotland Voting Labour in the past hasn't protected Scotland against Tory governments. — Nicola Sturgeon
Labour'd Quotes By Neil Kinnock: Arthur Scargill is the Labour movements nearest equivalent Arthur Scargill is the Labour movements nearest equivalent to a First World War General. — Neil Kinnock
Labour'd Quotes By Julie Burchill: I have always voted Labour and I always I have always voted Labour and I always will. I have got to have one stupid, bovine part of me and that's the part that votes Labour. — Julie Burchill
Labour'd Quotes By Doris Lessing: The freedom of women was achieved by two The freedom of women was achieved by two things: One, the Pill. Two ... by labour-saving devices like the washing machine. By science, not feminism. — Doris Lessing
Labour'd Quotes By Enoch Powell: In the end, the Labour party could cease In the end, the Labour party could cease to represent labour. Stranger historic ironies have happened than that. — Enoch Powell
Labour'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Labour is a great leveler of all distinctions. Labour is a great leveler of all distinctions. — Mahatma Gandhi
Labour'd Quotes By Patrick Taylor: Tired with the Labour of Far Travel We Tired with the Labour of Far Travel We Have Come unto Our Own Home O — Patrick Taylor
Labour'd Quotes By Tony Blair: I didn't come into politics to change the I didn't come into politics to change the Labour Party. I came into politics to change the country. — Tony Blair
Labour'd Quotes By John Locke: If by gaining knowledge we destroy our health, If by gaining knowledge we destroy our health, we labour for a thing that will be useless in our hands. — John Locke
Labour'd Quotes By Roy Hattersley: I've been in the Labour Party 50 years I've been in the Labour Party 50 years and it's 40-odd since I was elected to Parliament — Roy Hattersley
Labour'd Quotes By Henry Ford: We want to get full value out of We want to get full value out of labour so that we may be able to pay it full value. It is use - not conservation - that interests us. — Henry Ford
Labour'd Quotes By Horace: The mountains are in labour, the birth will The mountains are in labour, the birth will be an absurd little mouse. — Horace
Labour'd Quotes By Neil Oliver: I delivered leaflets for my dad and was I delivered leaflets for my dad and was paid £5 per thousand, which was slave labour. — Neil Oliver
Labour'd Quotes By Tracie McMillan: Today, if you pay a[n US] dollar for Today, if you pay a[n US] dollar for a pound of apples in the supermarketm only about six cents covers the farmwork used to get it there; ( ... ) — Tracie McMillan
Labour'd Quotes By Joseph Hume: If the corn laws were altered, the British If the corn laws were altered, the British artisan might again be able to subsist by twelve hours' labour, a most desirable event. — Joseph Hume
Labour'd Quotes By David Blunkett: Being a Labour home secretary in the 21st Being a Labour home secretary in the 21st century means fighting a constant battle against both extreme Right and Left. — David Blunkett
Labour'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Mere mental, that is, intellectual labour, is for Mere mental, that is, intellectual labour, is for the soul and has its own satisfaction. — Mahatma Gandhi
Labour'd Quotes By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: When you divide the process, you harmonize the When you divide the process, you harmonize the product — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Labour'd Quotes By Douglas Alexander: The style of politics that Damian McBride represents The style of politics that Damian McBride represents has been discredited, and Labour has moved on. — Douglas Alexander
Labour'd Quotes By Edward Heath: I do not often attack the Labour Party, I do not often attack the Labour Party, they do it so well themselves. — Edward Heath
Labour'd Quotes By Frances Hodgson Burnett: We trifle with France and labour with Germany, We trifle with France and labour with Germany, we sentimentalize over Italy and ecstacise over Spain- but England we love. — Frances Hodgson Burnett
Labour'd Quotes By Paul Mason: But why, if the real weekly value of But why, if the real weekly value of my labour is thirty hours of other people's work, would I ever work sixty hours? — Paul Mason
Labour'd Quotes By Gottfried Leibniz: It is worth noting that the notation facilitates It is worth noting that the notation facilitates discovery. This, in a most wonderful way, reduces the mind's labour. — Gottfried Leibniz
Labour'd Quotes By George Osborne: I'm tempted to say that Conservative governments are I'm tempted to say that Conservative governments are normally elected to clear up the mess left by Labour governments. — George Osborne
Labour'd Quotes By Neil Kinnock: My first real experience of ambition was as My first real experience of ambition was as party leader. It was my ambition for Labour to win, in which event I would be prime minister. — Neil Kinnock
Labour'd Quotes By Peter Hargreaves: The Conservatives, along with Labour, I don't think The Conservatives, along with Labour, I don't think understand what it is like to run a business. — Peter Hargreaves
Labour'd Quotes By Bertolt Brecht: There are some with brains and some without. There are some with brains and some without. It makes for a better division of labour. — Bertolt Brecht
Labour'd Quotes By John Milton: So he with difficulty and labour hard Mov'd So he with difficulty and labour hard Mov'd on, with difficulty and labour he. — John Milton
Labour'd Quotes By Martin Farquhar Tupper: Labour is good for a man, bracing up Labour is good for a man, bracing up his energies to conquest, And without it life is dull, the man perceiving himself useless. — Martin Farquhar Tupper
Labour'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Labour has its unique place in a cultured Labour has its unique place in a cultured human family. — Mahatma Gandhi
Labour'd Quotes By William Hague: Remember the No campaign is Conservative people, Labour Remember the No campaign is Conservative people, Labour people, people of no party. — William Hague
Labour'd Quotes By George Galloway: I make no apology for saying that in I make no apology for saying that in the East End of London a new party of labour, with a small L, is being born — George Galloway
Labour'd Quotes By Norman Tebbit: It's good to remember the unburied dead and It's good to remember the unburied dead and the uncollected rubbish. Most of it can now be seen on the Labour benches in the House of Commons. — Norman Tebbit
Labour'd Quotes By Oscar Wilde: The only thing worse than being misquoted is The only thing worse than being misquoted is being sentenced to two years' hard labour for buggery — Oscar Wilde
Labour'd Quotes By Nicola Sturgeon: Instead of an end to austerity, Labour has Instead of an end to austerity, Labour has made clear that it wants to impose more austerity cuts. — Nicola Sturgeon
Labour'd Quotes By William Shakespeare: The labour we delight in physics pain The labour we delight in physics pain — William Shakespeare
Labour'd Quotes By Michael Faraday: It may be a weed instead of a It may be a weed instead of a fish that, after all my labour, I at last pull up. — Michael Faraday
Labour'd Quotes By John Richard Reid: In my view it is better for the In my view it is better for the Labour Party, the leadership and the new prime minister that he be given the maximum flexibility. — John Richard Reid
Labour'd Quotes By William Morris: The reward of labour is life. Is that The reward of labour is life. Is that not enough? — William Morris
Labour'd Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: In Europe the object is to make the In Europe the object is to make the most of their land, labour being abundant: here it is to make the most of our labour, land being abundant. — Thomas Jefferson
Labour'd Quotes By Liane Moriarty: If only you were born a hundred years If only you were born a hundred years ago, when you could have gone through days of natural labour before bleeding naturally to death, — Liane Moriarty
Labour'd Quotes By Samuel Smiles: It is idleness that is the curse of It is idleness that is the curse of man - not labour. Idleness eats the heart out of men as of nations, and consumes them as rust does iron. — Samuel Smiles
Labour'd Quotes By Anonymous: Och, here is the gauger newly from London, Och, here is the gauger newly from London, and we hae Clunes making couthy with him, nae respect fur the fact it's our labour going intae those taxes. — Anonymous
Labour'd Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson: If a man loves the labour of his If a man loves the labour of his trade, apart from any question of success or fame, the gods have called him. — Robert Louis Stevenson
Labour'd Quotes By Robert Herrick: Tis hard to find God, but to comprehendHim, Tis hard to find God, but to comprehend
Him, as He is, is labour without end. — Robert Herrick
Labour'd Quotes By J.B. Priestley: But these girls aren't cheap labour - they're But these girls aren't cheap labour - they're people. — J.B. Priestley
Labour'd Quotes By Anonymous: Nor can wage labour exist unless hired by Nor can wage labour exist unless hired by capital. — Anonymous
Labour'd Quotes By Douglas Alexander: When I joined Labour in 1982, I didn't When I joined Labour in 1982, I didn't feel I belonged to a party born to power. My repeated experience was of bitter and repeated defeats. — Douglas Alexander
Labour'd Quotes By W. Somerset Maugham: Only the poet or the saint can water Only the poet or the saint can water an asphalt pavement in the confident anticipation that lilies will reward his labour. — W. Somerset Maugham
Labour'd Quotes By Andrew Carnegie: The worlds civilization started from the day on The worlds civilization started from the day on which everyone received reward for labour. — Andrew Carnegie
Labour'd Quotes By Lucy Powell: The era of industrial Britain, where a large The era of industrial Britain, where a large section of our workforce provided cheap labour in factories and processing goods, is over. — Lucy Powell
Labour'd Quotes By Leonardo Da Vinci: Such is the supreme folly of man that Such is the supreme folly of man that he labours so as to labour no more. — Leonardo Da Vinci
Labour'd Quotes By Virginia Woolf: What a labour writing is ... making one What a labour writing is ... making one sentence do the work of a page; that's what I call hard work. — Virginia Woolf
Labour'd Quotes By James Whistler: To say of a picture, as is often To say of a picture, as is often said in its praise, that it shows great and earnest labour, is to say that it is incomplete and unfit for view. — James Whistler
Labour'd Quotes By Haruki Murakami: He had probably never thought about the difference He had probably never thought about the difference between hard work and manual labour, either. — Haruki Murakami
Labour'd Quotes By Max Stirner: Let us look and see, then, how they Let us look and see, then, how they manage their concerns - they for whose cause we are to labour, devote ourselves, and grow enthusiastic. — Max Stirner
Labour'd Quotes By Edward Sapir: It is no secret that the fruits of It is no secret that the fruits of language study are in no sort of relation to the labour spent on teaching and learning them. — Edward Sapir
Labour'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: No labour is too mean for one who No labour is too mean for one who wants to earn an honest penny. — Mahatma Gandhi
Labour'd Quotes By Tony Blair: I can stand here today, leader of the I can stand here today, leader of the Labour Party, Prime Minister, and say to the British people: you have never had it so ... prudent. — Tony Blair
Labour'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: The saving of labour of the individual should The saving of labour of the individual should be the object and honest humanitarian considerations, and not greed, the motive. — Mahatma Gandhi
Labour'd Quotes By Iain Duncan Smith: The number one priority now is reducing the The number one priority now is reducing the deficit that they [Labour] left us - the biggest deficit since the Second World War. — Iain Duncan Smith
Labour'd Quotes By George Herbert: To seek these things is lost labour; Geese To seek these things is lost labour; Geese in an oyle pot, fat Hogs among Jews, and Wine in a fishing net. — George Herbert
Labour'd Quotes By Karl Marx: The forming of the five senses is a The forming of the five senses is a labour of the entire history of the world down to the present — Karl Marx
Labour'd Quotes By Francis Bacon: When a doubt is once received, men labour When a doubt is once received, men labour rather how to keep it a doubt still, than how to solve it; and accordingly bend their wits. — Francis Bacon
Labour'd Quotes By Haile Selassie: The fruits of one's sweat and mental labour The fruits of one's sweat and mental labour are always rewarding — Haile Selassie
Labour'd Quotes By James Connolly: The cause of Labour is the cause of The cause of Labour is the cause of Ireland, and the cause of Ireland is the cause of Labour — James Connolly
Labour'd Quotes By Syrie James: No! You have hope! You have motive! Labour No! You have hope! You have motive! Labour must be the cure, not sympathy! Labour is the only radical cure for rooted sorrow! — Syrie James
Labour'd Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: Unless our hands go hand in hand with Unless our hands go hand in hand with our heads, we will be able to do nothing whatsoever. — Mahatma Gandhi
Labour'd Quotes By Karl Marx: You must be aware that the reward for You must be aware that the reward for labour, and quantity of labour, are quite disparate things. — Karl Marx
Labour'd Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson: Little do ye know your own blessedness; for Little do ye know your own blessedness; for to travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true success is to labour. — Robert Louis Stevenson
Labour'd Quotes By Karl Marx: In capitalist society spare time is acquired for In capitalist society spare time is acquired for one class by converting the whole life-time of the masses into labour-time. — Karl Marx
Labour'd Quotes By Voltaire: A State can be no better than the A State can be no better than the citizens of which it is composed. Our labour now is not to mould States but make citizens. — Voltaire
Labour'd Quotes By James Grahame: How still the morning of the hallow'd day! How still the morning of the hallow'd day! Mute is the voice of rural labour, hush'd The ploughboy's whistle, and the milkmaid's song. — James Grahame
Labour'd Quotes By George Herbert: Labour as long liu'd, pray as even dying.[Labor Labour as long liu'd, pray as even dying.
[Labor as long-lived, pray as ever dying.] — George Herbert
Labour'd Quotes By Alexander Pope: Such labour'd nothings, in so strange a style, Such labour'd nothings, in so strange a style, Amaze th' unlearn'd and make the learned smile. — Alexander Pope
Labour'd Quotes By Johann Lamont: The Labour Party in 2011 was in an The Labour Party in 2011 was in an exceptionally bad place. We'd been hammered in an election. We didn't see the scale of it coming. — Johann Lamont