politics of aspiration
 n.— «At his last monthly press conference of the year, the Prime Minister offered up familiar soundbites (“the politics of aspiration”), the usual buzz words and phrases (“modernise” and “setting the agenda”) and dismissed the Tories as lacking a “big” idea.» —“Stormy weather” Yorkshire Post (England) Dec. 22, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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