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of words describe Government's are ineptitude paying the needs that watch friends front similarly an idea suffering of From doctors to cleaners, the dedication was quite amazing...
He also claimed that the 3rd MRU Youth Parliament has not been represented at any regional or international functions since its sitting because of the dethroned speaker's alleged ineptitude.
THIS guy nailed it, his articulate post exposes the complete ineptitude of the Welsh Assembly government and Bridgend County Borough Council's incompetence in contract negotiation in arriving at a pathetic solution to improve recycling rates.
Reacting to the Supreme Court decision acquitting Arroyo of plunder charges, Karapatan secretary-general Cristina Palabay said Aquino only used Arroyo as a cover-up for his alleged 'inefficiency and ineptitude in governance.'
Another horror show in Europe saw the Norwegian lose home and away to countrymen Molde, thanks to another masterclass of defensive ineptitude. On-loan Manchester United defender Tyler Blackett was so bad as a substitute that he was subbed, Dedryck Boyata has struggled and Efe Ambrose is regarded as a music-hall joke.
The Reds served up a performance of scarcely believable ineptitude James Pearce's verdict, Football ECHO
Hazarding a guess, I'd say he's shocked at the ineptitude of certain players at this level.
DESPITE "Strictly Come Dancing" revealing his penchant for sequinned tops, tonsorial realignment and staccato lumbering ineptitude for any music from South America, Michael Vaughan remains a respected former England captain and cricketing pundit, which makes his recent attempts at comedy to be ill-advised and inappropriate.
THE parents of the young adults attending the Rievaulx Resource Centre have good reason to be angry at the proposed closure of the centre 'Kids won't cope if this place closes' (5.1.13) It is one more example of the apparently least able in society being penalised for the ineptitude of the supposedly more able.
And while Labour ministers are taking lumps out of the Government for its supposed ineptitude, they know full well that the cleric has been fighting bids to remove him for a good 10 years.
I'm not keen on Harry Redknapp, for I believe the English manager must be very forceful because he will also have to take on FA wimps who have shown their lamentable ineptitude to control our national game by allowing the flood of foreign players at club level and inability to curb agents' commissions.