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I'm all right, Jack



I'm all right, Jack

  1. (Britain) Indicates a selfish attitude, not worried about any problems one's friends and neighbours might have. Often associated with strikes and other trade union industrial actions.
    • Thursday November 6 Party politics article by Bill Blanko in
      From my vantage point at the large, shiny bar in the centre of the room, I could swear I spotted Harriet Harman with her trade unionist husband "I'm all right, Jack" Dromey.