Cooperative Party British political party, formed in 1917 as the political arm of the Cooperative Union. Associated with the Labour Party, since 1946 all of its parliamentary candidates have stood for election jointly as Labour-Cooperative candidates. Since 1959, it limited the number of its candidates to 30.
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