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The fourth clause in the constitution of the British Labour Party; specifically the point of this clause which contained an affirmation of the Party's commitment to the state ownership of industry and services and was revised in 1995 to allow for the alternative of privately owned but publicly accountable utilities.
1920s; earliest use found in Labour Party Draft Constitution & Standing Orders. From clause + four.
Clause Four/ˌklɔːz ˈfɔː/
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