Get immigration done and the party will be able to compete again on bread-and-butter issues with most of the electorate.
It's easy to see how a governor with a proven track record and a focus on bread-and-butter issues could do well.
“I knew Boyfriend would never really have its chance unless it became my bread-and-butter,” she says.
She sat down, helped herself to a thick slice of bread-and-butter, and ate it, while burning thoughts filled her mind.
Charles brought him up some tea and bread-and-butter, but said nothing.
Whenever you please; only I should like some tea and bread-and-butter presently.
But news was news, and in this case news was bread-and-butter.
However objectionable Mr. Holt may find its pages, they would certainly be made worse by being greased with bread-and-butter.
He crumpled a piece or two of bread-and-butter and spread crumbs on the cloth.
A romantic boy runs after a rosy-cheeked, bread-and-butter miss with nothing.
: a routine, bread-andbutter type of case
The simple necessities of life; asi needs (mid-1735+)