Number Ten


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Number Ten

The address of the residence of the prime minister of the United Kingdom (10 Downing Street), used by extension to refer to the prime minister or the current UK government. Swift condemnation of the attack has come from Number Ten, with the prime minister vowing retribution. There are a huge number of people working at Number 10 who never receive the praise or scorn that is often directed solely at the prime minister.
See also: number, ten
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Having dragged the most straightforward of penalties wide, the Scots number ten gifted Malzieu a try to mark his international debut.
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