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By all means castigate the PM if he is guilty of causing offence to NHS Wales workers, but the Labour Party in Wales should be even-handed in its criticism and also look within its own ranks at their own demoralising agents.
Rangers fell to a demoralising Champions League defeat to Sevilla after a second half collapse at Ibrox.
Davies said: "If we keep losing it will be very detrimental to the young players, it can be demoralising.
CRICKET: Leicestershire's Vince Wells is expected to be recalled to England's line-up today to ease the pressure on captain Alec Stewart and prevent a demoralising early exit from the Coca-Cola Cup in Sharjah.
That disappointing run coincides with an equally demoralising sequence of results from the team, whose 20-run loss to India on Friday was their sixth on the trot.
Losing in the League Cup, Scottish Cup and Premiership to an aggregate score of 9-0, Spittal admits the past week has been a demoralising experience.
The Department of Social Protection announced plans in April 2011 where jobseekers can have their payment reduced if they do not engage with the National Employment Action Plan, or if they refuse demoralising.
His father, Dr Khalid Mahmood, of Rossendale, Lancs, accused his son's tutor, Dr Richard Fuller, of demoralising Amir.
He denied that yesterday's 5-1 defeat to Liverpool was demoralising and in fact felt that there were even some positives from the game.
US intelligence have intercepted a phone call from Iran saying his appearance is demoralising people.