A highly active faction within a party or movement that presses for stronger action on a particular issue.
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- It is a pity that it could not set itself up as a ginger group within the Tory Party.
- He wanted the organisations to be ‘vanguard movements’ - ginger groups stirring the pot of accepted notions and ways of doing things.
- After the Conservative defeat of 1880 he led a small ginger group known as the Fourth Party undermining the party leadership of Northcote.