Today, I will set out how Labour will be the last line of defence in your community for an NHS coming under sustained attack from David Cameron.
What does LLOD stand for?
LLOD stands for Last Line of Defence (online community)
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- Likely Loss of Life (dam failure risk assessment)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He's our captain and our last line of defence so we would want him out there playing.
In the West, paradoxically, zoning laws were the last line of defence against the egotistical urges of private landowners.
6 Steve Ogrizovic clicks back into the old routine as City's last line of defence.