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I think we have aspired enough

Brown's aspirations aren't those of Thatcher | Dt Opinion | Opinion | Telegraph

We're all well and truly into aspiration now. The Chancellor has been uttering the word every five seconds as part of the repackaged New Gordon campaign, and now David Cameron is to make it a key concept in the Conservatives' next phase of development.

Cameron reveals his blueprint for Britain | Uk News | News | Telegraph
I joined this party because I believe in aspiration...
education in a way that delivers aspiration and opportunity for all...
problems like family breakdown, drug addiction, and poverty of aspiration. ...
Every true Conservative believes in aspiration and opportunity for all...
The way to win the fight for aspiration is to put those things that worked in grammars...
powers can be returned to member states - not as a vague aspiration, ...
David Cameron spoke of his aspiration of social cohesion...
make lower taxes a medium term aspiration. ...
It was a "natural aspiration" to own property....
If we are to be the party of aspiration,...


....Speech given by the chancellor, Gordon Brown, to the 2004 Labour party ... A great Britain of aspiration and ambition where there are no barriers to ...
...."no cap on aspiration", The Chancellor,... ad nauseam..

as·pi·ra·tion (ăs'pə-rā'shən) pronunciation
n.

  1. Expulsion of breath in speech.
  2. Linguistics.
    1. The pronunciation of a consonant with an aspirate.
    2. A speech sound produced with an aspirate.
  3. The act of breathing in; inhalation.
  4. Medicine. The process of removing fluids or gases from the body with a suction device.

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