abuse of privilege

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However, the galling abuse of privilege in royal circles makes me want to throw my rattles out of the pram.
The Evening Gazette E exposure of Labour Councillors abusing the expense system was a real eye opener, the independents will put a stop to the abuse of privilege.
Because of the mystique fine art creates for itself, fundholders feel they have to be led by experts who hold the key to this mystique and therein lie all the opportunities for abuse of privilege.
Why reform the House of Commons but not the House of Windsor, when the latter's lack of accountability and abuse of privilege is a hundred times worse?
Sorry is far too easy and doesn't begin to compensate for abuse of privilege and wilful disregard for the electorate that foots the bill.
On the other hand we have all watched and, to a large extent, indulged these people sufficiently for them to have been encouraged to even greater excesses of personal greed, wanton destruction (of Iraq, the environment, the Western economies, whatever) and abuse of privilege and power.
In the highly professional world of modern sport, of massive rewards for players on the one hand and of high prices and public expectations on the other, it is an abuse of privilege.
Among those timeless principles will no doubt be morality, honesty, paying your way, the abuse of privilege and the exposure of hypocrisy.
A lifelong love affair with OUR club can result in anger at any perceived abuse of privilege.
Anonymity is usually granted to those who give information of public interest at some risk to themselves; an anonymous pen wielded maliciously is an abuse of privilege.
The value of the examples (such as relationships with vendors, nepotism, freedom of student press, abuse of privilege, and support of unpopular student organizations) is that they are the kinds of situations that trustees are likely to encounter.