disloyalty


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He has shown longstanding incompetence and disloyalty and unless the Prime Minister acts now Boris will bring her down" - Tory MP Anna Soubry calling on the Prime Minister to sack Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Munir was annoyed with the disloyalty of his wife and developed relations with her new lover Dr.
Worse, they imputed against me certain partisan activities I did not even have a clue whatsoever, and accused me maliciously of disloyalty, sowing disunity and discord, and using media to air my grievances,' Floirendo said.
Our Foreign Secretary's total and utter disloyalty and egotistical selfobsession proves that few people in the country are less suited to the job.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Supreme Leader's top aide Ali Akbar Velayati said the US defiance and disloyalty to the last year nuclear agreement between Tehran and the world powers showed that Washington is no trustworthy partner for any deal at atll.
Corbyn's Labour Party is only interested in choosing candidates who will blindly follow party dictates without question, as party loyalty is all, while questions and scrutiny are seen as disloyalty, and those who question must be purged and demonised.
Furthermore, the financial profit isn't satisfactory and the evidence for disloyalty or business-espionage cannot be used in the court trial.
The sacking of shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn for perceived disloyalty sparked a series of 10 resignations by shadow ministers over the course of yesterday.
Kirkuk / NINA/ Daash organization arrested, during the past two days, 36 clerics in Hawija district, southwest of Kirkuk in a campaign carried out by the organization under the pretext of disloyalty and pledge allegiance to Daash.
He is believed to have been accused of showing disloyalty to North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un.
Rochefort has been messing with the King's already troubled mind, and now he drops the paternity bombshell, forcing Marguerite and Aramis to confess to their crimes of disloyalty.
The minister mentioned that this is public money and corruption in development projects is equal to disloyalty with nation.
Delia's rich enough to have told Waitrose bosses to stick their job up their jacksies so I'm hoping in agreeing to go back she's punishing their disloyalty by charging them three times her last salary
pretexts or mixed motives, and those dealing with disloyalty.
According to the empirical evidence, military loyalty or disloyalty to the regime is an important factor to consider for social movements and for authoritarian regimes who seek survival all over the globe.