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com/birminghammail Post: Birmingham Mail, 60 Church Street, Birmingham B3 2DJ I have misgivings about anyone who doesn't possess one, and decry those who try to force our children to disown what is rightfully theirs Robert Betteridge
Election Act, 2017 misgivings have been expressed in the National Assembly and also reported in the media regarding the wording of the declarations by the candidate in the nomination form (Form A) attached with the Act.
Private letters written by Henry Wilde, who was the No2 to Captain Edward Smith on the infamous liner, reveal his misgivings about his posting to the ship.
As soon as Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader, although I had misgivings I decided and informed you that I would give him a fair chance.
To what degree do individuals who have misgivings about taking chances in relationships but go ahead anyway?
RSS Bhagwat Shah did not have qualms about Rahul attending the protest in JNU, but had misgivings about the slogans raised therein
However, when he saves the life of a PR guru, the grateful executive sets about transforming the public perception of the crime-fighter, despite his wife's strong misgivings.
THE Prime Minister has not handled misgivings among the public over Britain's relationship with the European Union in a "sensible way", a Tory peer has said.
Saying that his frequent absences at the Lower House should be a gauge of how he would perform as a senator, Pacquiao's colleagues in Congress expressed their misgivings about the eight-division world boxing champion's reported plan to run in the senatorial slate of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) in the 2016 elections.
He said: "Some might have swallowed their misgivings and gone with the flow, but I believe it was important to push the principle and our deep misgivings about this issue.
Serving and former officials at the Chilcot inquiry all describe their private misgivings about the war and their inability to make any kind of meaningful expression of their misgivings.
The deal, signed in Shanghai on June 8, confirmed that the long-running plans about Chinese help in expanding Chashma are moving forward, despite misgivings in the region and beyond about security and proliferation risks in troubled Pakistan.