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on-messageadverb

uk   us   POLITICS
someone who is on-message says things in public that show they agree with the ideas and decisions of their political party, the government, etc.: be/keep/stay on-message The Labour leader urged MPs to stay on-message throughout the election campaign.
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on-messageadjective

uk   us   POLITICS
saying things in public that show you agree with the ideas and decisions of your political party, the government, etc.: They hire whichever "on-message" journalists and editors they wish.
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