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Council leader Dennis Harvey said: "These orders are not designed to penalise responsible dog owners, which are the majority, but to penalise the minority of inconsiderate individuals who think it is OK to leave their dog's mess in parks and on pathways or let their pet run loose in cemeteries, which could obviously cause upset to other visitors.
Matthew Knowles, of the Federation of Small Businesses, said: "Not only will these recommendations to check passports place an extra burden on small firms, who have no specialist human resources department to help or advise them, but it will also financially penalise businesses for the failure of the Government's immigration policy.
Lindsay Sinclair, chief executive of ING Direct, said: "If an account is marketed as easy access it is unfair to penalise customers for wanting to access it to withdraw their own money.
Coach Tony Smith said: "You can't penalise people until you know what needs to be penalised - if anything.
It seems almost illogical to penalise a player for doing something which saves time,' Paramor said.
Now they can also be used to penalise offending employers and employees.
The Northampton star blasted English referee Brian Campsall for failing to penalise Wales in the scrums.
And whilst there is truth in that, history is littered with legislation which penalises the responsible in order to deal with the irresponsbible.
Global Banking News-June 11, 2013--Indian central bank penalises banks for violating KYC norms(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
ONE in five so-called easy access accounts penalises savers for withdrawing money, research shows.
His solicitor told Denbighshire magistrates: ``Not everybody has the means to discharge the pounds 80 fine immediately, and the system penalises those who cannot.