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Mayor Anderson later tweeted: "Sorry state of affairs when staff not available to help, many people travelled from further afield to get flight and seriously let down. Really poor show by Ryanair again.
It describes itself as "a group to support all those that were let down by the Stereophonics continuing with concerts when heavy snow and ice made it impossible or extremely dangerous to travel to their events and failing to offer alternative dates or refund".
I love the club and feel badly let down Geoffrey Robinson MP
Norma Foreman, who felt let down after her attacker was released early
IN response to Coun Psallidas' letter in the Journal/Chronicle (March 13), he states that the council has let down the people of Newcastle.
Summary: The Crown Prosecution Service has defended itself against accusations that a mother, who killed herself, was let down by the court system.
LIVERPOOL FC star Stewart Downing said he was "let down very badly" by his former agent who was spared jail for tardy accounting.
Bannan said: "I have let down my family, my club, the supporters of Aston Villa, all of the people who have helped me to get to this stage in my football career and I have let down myself.
Speaking after the not guilty verdicts, retired governor of Frankland David Thompson, said he and other members of the prison service feel "let down, dismayed and humiliated" by the outcome of the case.
"I've let down my family, I've let down Martin Johnson (England manager) and I've let down the people of England.
SICKENED Blue Toon boss Steve Paterson felt let down by his flops and vowed to wield the axe in January.