unfair choice

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They think that forcing Congress to decide between security and privacy is an unfair choice, since the country would lose either way.
The Sprint notes are intended to leave Clearwire's minority stockholders with the unfair choice of acquiescing to Sprint's inadequate merger offer or suffering significant dilution at the hands of Sprint.
Such a designation seems to be an unfair choice, since major reforms with regard to Christian communities would have been difficult to implement without the willingness and enthusiasm of the AKP and regardless of the positive mechanisms of the European Union membership process.
Women shouldn't have to face the difficult and unfair choice between a career and a child.
It is an unfair choice for promotion and is only a money making scam.
Colin Thomson, of the National Joints Registry, claims orthopaedic patients are faced with the unfair choice of waiting years in pain or paying thousands for private surgery.
Colin Thomson, of the National Joints Registry, said orthopaedic patients are faced with the unfair choice of waiting years in pain or paying thousands for private surgery.
While women may be as free as men to seek full-time employment in the 21st century, the birth of a child presents a working mother with an inherently unfair choice - should she abandon her career completely to raise her children until they are old enough to stand on their own two feet, or should she take a career break which could last anywhere between nine months and nine years?
At the heart of David Cameron and George Osborne's unfair choices is the decision to cut tax credits for middle and low income families from next April - which will cost families an average of PS1,300.
while] facing unfair choices or outdated workplace policies that are holding them back.
Booth further said that these attitudes can filter down from the top, adding that it is hard to ignore a wider truth that a bloated schedule has asked the players to make unfair choices.
Health visitors are worried that cutting the number of Flying Start families will lead to unfair choices being made.