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The Tory government was incredibly complacent over weak domestic productivity, with Mr Hammond already losing the most important battle over continued membership of the EU's internal market.
Thanks to his persistence and willingness to never become complacent, Shaikh Mohammad is now one of the leading horsemen in the world.
A government official has said that Australia cannot be complacent on banking regulation just because it avoided the worst of the financial crisis.
However, Misbah, who is aiming to add to Pakistan's only series win over South Africa way back in 2003, warned that his men that they should not be complacent as they would be still playing against the top Test team in the world, adding that they are completely focused on the next game.
You don't get points and medals for being complacent and we won't be.
We might look comfortable but with a maximum of five points on offer in any game we cannot afford to be complacent as we would run the danger of having to scrap it out at the end of the season," he said.
STOKE boss Tony Pulis reckons he must refresh his squad to stop established players becoming complacent.
MAIK TAYLOR has urged his Northern Ireland team-mates not to become complacent at the most vital stage in their Euro dream.
England's two collapses in the third Test cost them any chance of winning but Strauss reckons Kevin Pietersen & Co have not been complacent against this under-rated Pakistan attack.
THE number of swine flu cases in the North East is continuing to decrease, but health bosses are urging people not to become complacent.
I'm afraid these tales tend to make us a little self-satisfied and a little complacent.
This includes councils that have escaped the worst effects to date, of which are complacent.