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No Cunning Plan: The Autobiography by Tony Robinson will be published in the UK in the Sidgwick & Jackson imprint this September.
At the inquiry yesterday, Cunning, a senior social worker with Renfrewshire Council, said they could have taken steps to have Declan taken out of his mother's care.
Divorced dad-of-one Mr Cunning said: "It angers me to see bankers getting huge bonuses for failing when I am being punished for having a serious illness.
Usually this line elicited a sarcastic response from his master, the eponymous Edmund Blackadder: "As cunning as a fox who's just been appointed Professor of Cunning at Oxford University?
He has shown himself to be a devious and cunning career criminal with no regard for his victims or others whose lives he has adversely affected.
Indeed, in the 'Introduction', Cunning lists twenty-two such issues on which he says he will defend original views.
You are plainly a cunning and manipulative person in the way you draw these girls into your control and use them for your own purposes.
Cunning of Grafton; a nephew, William Cunning and a niece, Mary Costa.
Cunning Clarets is an interesting candidate for top honours in the opener at Hexham.
The foundation is basically broke, said trustee Dennis Cunning, a retired CPA and a partner in Desler's Sweet Home-based Development by Design real estate firm.
Please could you let Mr Jones know that I have discovered a loophole in the cunning plan to get money from drivers.
However, there was little need for cunning camera tricks to conjure stunning images out of the Brouhaha weekend.