difference of opinion


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888 said: "Due to a significant difference of opinion on value with a key stakeholder, it has not been possible to reach agreement on the terms of a possible offer and the board of the company has agreed with William Hill to terminate discussions.
Sir Doug Ellis | Sir Doug Ellis | Sir Doug Ellis led the tributes to Sir William last night and said: "We had night and said: "We had difference of opinion from time to time about Aston Villa but he was a good friend.
He said difference of opinion is the strength of democracy and mutual differences among the parties must be sorted out through discussions and debates.
The minister said difference of opinion was part of democracy.
Diversity is a characteristic of human kind and so difference of opinion prompted by free expression should not trigger disputes but enrich human life at large.
There can be difference of opinion with anyone it can take place within a single party.
There is a difference of opinion but they are the board and it is their decision at the end of the day.
Stressing the difference between an academic difference of opinion and opposition, he said, "There are two types of conflicts: To be different or to oppose the other.
After the meeting, Khorafi, played down the spat, saying what happened was a difference of opinion.
Price suggests that a difference of opinion between Lembit and his front bench colleague, David Laws, over what should happen to Mr Hain is another example of "why the Liberal Democrats have earned a reputation for facing both ways on almost every issue".
Yes, this could be a substantive, philosophical difference of opinion, but city politics rarely work on such a principled level.