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Last night road safety campaigners rapped the sentence. The Sun (2016)What changes do the campaigners say are needed? Times, Sunday Times (2016)But campaigners say beat bobbies are still vital to reassure the public. The Sun (2016)The move is likely to be welcomed by campaigners who say inspectors often target poor families and single mums the most. The Sun (2017)ROAD safety campaigners last night questioned whether cops should have halted their highspeed chase before tragedy hit. The Sun (2016)Disability campaigners welcomed the change. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A study by road safety campaigners Brake found one in five younger motorists uses their phone while driving. The Sun (2017)But MPs' sugar cravings has been criticised by health campaigners. The Sun (2017)The announcement was welcomed by environmental campaigners, who had criticised the government for failing to back up support for natural flood defences with cash for projects. Times, Sunday Times (2016)According to campaigners, proposed changes will mean that apprenticeship funds given to colleges and training providers will be reduced by 30 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The biggest challenge to proposals could be those from environmental campaigners. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The mother of three has been praised by health campaigners. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Use of drones has been widely criticised by human rights campaigners. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The new technology is a more welcome advance for road safety campaigners. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But campaigners say the change is financially driven and had ignored the wishes of patients. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He has also been the biggest donor to its hardy band of democracy campaigners. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Local residents and environmental campaigners are alarmed. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Health campaigners have urged ministers to push ahead with the plan. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Human rights campaigners say that civilian deaths in many drone strikes amounts to a war crime. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Safety campaigners say the most effective way to reduce fatalities is to cut speed limits. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Democracy campaigners were shocked by the closure. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Environmental campaigners fear that drilling could damage the fragile ecosystem. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Campaigners warn the health service is already in crisis before the winter freeze. The Sun (2015) Human rights campaigners have criticised the plan. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Safety campaigners are convinced of the evidence supporting the effectiveness of car seats in saving young lives. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Campaigners say foreign fishermen who use two trawlers to tow a giant net are to blame and want the method banned. The Sun (2007)Campaigners against changes in their own areas exercise considerable ingenuity in discovering reasons why the rest of us should also object. Times, Sunday Times (2012)While there are no known implications for human health, campaigners say the practice is ruining the marine environment and destroying the livelihoods of local fishermen. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But campaigners say that with a prison population of 77,000, staff will be unable to deliver reforms. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: campaigner NOUN
A campaigner is a person who campaigns for social or political change.
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