Croke Park II is now dead and if Labour legislates to cut workers' pay they will be following it to the political graveyard
What does TPG stand for?
TPG stands for The Political Graveyard
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We have 124 other meanings of TPG in our Acronym Attic
- Terrains & Practices de Golf (French golf equipment retailer)
- Test Pattern Generator
- Test Program Generator
- Texas Pacific Group
- Thai Power Gym (online forum)
- The Pallas Group
- The Parker Group, Inc.
- The Parthenon Group (Boston, MA)
- The Phoenix Group (Woodland, CA)
- The Phonics Game (toy)
- The Portage Group, Inc. (consulting group; Canada)
- The Producers Entertainment Group, Ltd (former stock symbol; now delisted)
- The Professional Group (various locations)
- Thermal Pyrolytic Graphite
- ThinPrint Gateway (computer device)
- Third Party Grading (coin valuation)
- Thomas Properties Group (various locations)
- Threat Picture Generation
- Throughput Graph
- Thru-Plate Girder (railroad bridges)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Without leaders, the youth of Tottenham have cried out from beyond the political graveyard and said, "We exist.
The road to the political graveyard is littered with the bodies of socalled "indispensable" people.
Liberal Democrat MP Danny Alexander said: "Resurrecting ex-ministers from the political graveyard means Gordon Brown is now leading a zombie government.
Politicians talking to themselves and ignoring the concerns of the voters, he said, is the quickest way to the political graveyard.
The political graveyard is littered with MPs and councillors who have deluded themselves that they could swing an election result on their own.
That leaves Cameron resembling yet another Conservative Corpse, a leader destined to join Howard, Iain Duncan Smith, William Hague and John Major in the political graveyard.
The political graveyards are littered with the long-forgotten corpses of ex-future prime ministers, so any such label should have made a wise man humble.