It must ensure that no party is given unfair preference
in selection of campaign venues and, even more importantly, no party is denied space to air their electoral promises.
approximately $50 000 from unfair preference
These are that it gives unfair preference
in search results to its own services, copies content without permission, ties up publishers with exclusivity deals, and discourages clients from using other advertising platforms.
The club's efforts to emerge from administration were in danger of being thwarted by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, who had alleged that the CVA gave unfair preference
to football creditors.
When college officials admit students based on a set of criteria, and one of those is ethnicity, they are automatically criticized for unfair preference
. Yet the first step in the admissions process is the step of eligibility.
To activists who seek to break the family's legal monopoly, the challenge is less to redefine family than to end the law's unfair preference
toward families by extending legal privileges formerly reserved for families to individuals and to frankly nonfamilial social structures.
The US move was in retaliation for the EU giving unfair preference
to Caribbean bananas.
"If we have programs that are giving an unfair preference
to people merely because they are Black, a preference they don't need and is not justified based on past discrimination or current situations, then get rid of it," he says.
They claim that the new taxis cut queues and overtake them to pick up customers and are given unfair preference
by shopping centres.
College admissions are laden with unfair preferences
for the children of alumni, for athletes in a variety of sports, and for black and Latino students, most of whom also come from middle- or upper-class backgrounds.