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1. John Major promoted the idea of a classless society.
2. He served under John Major in the early 1990s.
3. John Major and the Duke of Edinburgh led the mourners.
4. John Major, he said, had the exact opposite of the Midas touch.
5. John Major also flew out before the games ended for a villa holiday in the mountains west of Madrid.
6. That would have been sufficient to deprive John Major of a majority and bring down his government.
7. Even John Major, who is a friend of Wigley's, turned up at a Plaid party a few years ago.
8. In the ensuing political rumpus John Major shamelessly distanced himself from his henchman.
9. Premier John Major could clash with him on five big issues.
10. Instead John Major invites 200 carefully selected friends along for a cosy chat about how rosy the Tory garden is.
11. Unlike John Major and his soapbox,[Sentencedict.com ] it is not part of the image.
12. They have written to John Major expressing their outrage.
13. A special relationship goes back to normal So, John Major left Washington in triumph?
14. Labour is calling on John Major to follow it up with cuts of his own.
15. John Major scholarship boy who made it to the local grammar school and was lucky to obtain patronage from the local squire.
16. First, John Major, though a pleasant man, had to say some nasty things about his opponents.
17. John Major agreed: after all, the prime minister started in politics as a local councillor.
18. Premier John Major and the monarch discussed the historic moves during his weekend stay at Balmoral.
19. The speculation was fuelled by Premier John Major who refused to rule them out.
20. John Major balances his economic package, but the right one's always lower[sentencedict.com], oh yes.
21. John Major should have more chance to recruit new talent to his Cabinet after the turbulence of 1992.
22. Shares will boom and John Major will cling on by his fingertips.
23. John Major will need to do more than provide a discreet crossing from worthy words to anti-social acts.
24. Tomorrow he is off to Chequers to join the great and the good and John Major for drinks.
25. Brooke subsequently apologized and offered his resignation, but this was rejected by the Prime Minister, John Major.
26. He presided over the 1990 leadership contest that saw the departure of Margaret Thatcher and the arrival of John Major.
27. Mellor's self-styled heroics were cold comfort for his team leader, John Major.
28. The Tories have responded to calls for unity and fallen in behind John Major.
29. In the first icy transatlantic blast, he pointedly refused to meet Premier John Major, who visits Washington later this month.
30. His shock decision - on the eve of Labour's party conference - threw a lifeline to battered Premier John Major.
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