Backbench

Noun

  • (politics, Britain, New Zealand, often attributive) In a house of legislature following the model of the Westminster system (such as the UK House of Commons), any bench behind either of the front benches and occupied by rank-and-file members.

    "His spacious quarters indicate his transition from backbench upstart to established member of the governing team."

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