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Then he was subject to scrutiny, and the innuendo and interrogations resumed as he reclaimed the title after crashing out of the 2014 race with a fractured hand and broken wrist.
It is financed by licence payers who have to pay by law and in my book everything should be subject to scrutiny.
It seems that there is a possibility that all recorded broadcast programmes will be subject to preview and that details of plans for live programmes will be subject to scrutiny on a kind of "you can interview her but not him" basis.
It is not subject to scrutiny by the Comptroller and Auditor General or the Public Accounts Committee.
Brown has been subject to scrutiny by court and probation officials after pleading guilty to attacking Rihanna, his girlfriend at the time, hours before the 2009 Grammy Awards.
t's not just celebrities who go up and down in the popularity stakes, designers themselves are subject to scrutiny too.
Such decisions are still subject to scrutiny and / or audit.
It is anticipated that the proposed rates, which will now be subject to scrutiny by the Scottish Parliament, will come in to force, replacing the current Stamp Duty Land Tax from 1 April 2015.
All 14 Muslim countries that allow victims to be treated in this way - after ruling by a Shariah court or as part of family or tribal dispute - should become subject to scrutiny.
Brian Docherty, chairman of the Scottish Police Federation, said: "Of course if it right and proper that police use of data is subject to scrutiny but it would be unfair to say these figures are indicative of a problem within the police service.
The meeting decided that the transport would be subject to scrutiny after the payment and the sponsors/investor of the transport was subject to declaration of source of income to justify his expenses.
The PAC Chairman thanked the Prime Minister and said that the public money will be subject to scrutiny by public through the PAC.