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The Conservative Party (also known as Tories) is the oldest political party in the United Kingdom and arguably the world. The current party was first organised in the 1830s and the name "Conservative" was officially adopted, but the party is still often referred to as the Tory party (not least because newspaper editors find it a convenient shorthand when space is limited). The Tories had been a coalition that more often than not formed the government from 1760 until the Reform Act 1832. Modernising reformers said the traditionalistic party of "Throne, Altar and Cottage" was obsolete, but in the face of an expanding electorate 1830s–1860s it held its strength among royalists, devout Anglicans and landlords and their tenants. يُعد حزب المحافظين أقدم حزب سياسي في المملكة المتحدة، ويدعي البعض أنه الأقدم في العالم أجمع. نُظم الحزب الحالي للمرة الأولى في ثلاثينيات القرن التاسع عشر، واعتُمد حينها اسم «المحافظ» بشكل رسمي. يُشار للحزب باللغة الإنجليزية في الكثير من الأحيان باسم «Tory Party» لعدة أسباب من بينها اختصار كلمة Conservative الإنجليزية التي تعني «محافظ». كان حزب المحافظين ائتلافًا شكل أغلب الحكومات التي تعاقبت على البلاد منذ عام 1760 حتى صدور قانون الإصلاح لعام 1832. آمن الإصلاحيون المطالبون بالتحديث بأن الزمن قد عفا على حزب «العرش والمذبح والكوخ» التقليدي، لكن حزب المحافظين، ظل متمكنًا من الاحتفاظ بقوته بين صفوف الملكيين والأنجيليين المتدينين وملاك الأراضي والمستأجرين في مواجهة جمهور الناخبين.
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يُعد حزب المحافظين أقدم حزب سياسي في المملكة المتحدة، ويدعي البعض أنه الأقدم في العالم أجمع. نُظم الحزب الحالي للمرة الأولى في ثلاثينيات القرن التاسع عشر، واعتُمد حينها اسم «المحافظ» بشكل رسمي. يُشار للحزب باللغة الإنجليزية في الكثير من الأحيان باسم «Tory Party» لعدة أسباب من بينها اختصار كلمة Conservative الإنجليزية التي تعني «محافظ». كان حزب المحافظين ائتلافًا شكل أغلب الحكومات التي تعاقبت على البلاد منذ عام 1760 حتى صدور قانون الإصلاح لعام 1832. آمن الإصلاحيون المطالبون بالتحديث بأن الزمن قد عفا على حزب «العرش والمذبح والكوخ» التقليدي، لكن حزب المحافظين، ظل متمكنًا من الاحتفاظ بقوته بين صفوف الملكيين والأنجيليين المتدينين وملاك الأراضي والمستأجرين في مواجهة جمهور الناخبين. The Conservative Party (also known as Tories) is the oldest political party in the United Kingdom and arguably the world. The current party was first organised in the 1830s and the name "Conservative" was officially adopted, but the party is still often referred to as the Tory party (not least because newspaper editors find it a convenient shorthand when space is limited). The Tories had been a coalition that more often than not formed the government from 1760 until the Reform Act 1832. Modernising reformers said the traditionalistic party of "Throne, Altar and Cottage" was obsolete, but in the face of an expanding electorate 1830s–1860s it held its strength among royalists, devout Anglicans and landlords and their tenants.
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