Definition of Liberal-Labour in US English:

Liberal-Labour

(US Liberal-Labor)

adjective

Politics
  • (In early use) of or relating to members of the labour movement acting in association with the Liberal Party; (later) of or relating to both the Labour Party and the Liberal Party (or the Liberal Democrats), especially with reference to any of various temporary alliances between them.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Glasgow Herald.