THE Tories should stop wheeling out David "Two Brains" Willetts as a spokesman on anything, but particularly to spout on the iniquities
There's nothing more boring than yesterday's hero carping at the iniquities
of modern life.
Is that not a way of concealing our own iniquities
by attributing them to God?
vital for the public's right to know about all sorts of scandals and iniquities
I recall from my own research, how often the Bolsheviks regretted that young people did not experience the iniquities
of capitalism so as to have something unfavorable with which to compare their Soviet experience.
Thorny-voiced Isaiah: "He was despised and forsaken; he was pierced for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities
As part of that, we will pledge to root out iniquities
in the health system and tackling prescription charges is central to that.
But the nearly one million seven to 11-year-olds in oversize classes are not only a memorial to the iniquities
of the last administration.
Despite the recognition by some critics that the instruments of close reading are available for a multiplicity of political and critical ends, too many still allow it to stand for the political and social iniquities
of the past" (7).
I believe Labour MPS or ministers were party to turning a blind eye to these iniquities
The fact that we now have another five years of government of the rich, by the rich and for the rich is due to the iniquities
of the first-past-thepost system, and the inability of the Labour Party to counter the Tory comments that the Labour Party's financial mismanagement caused the economic crisis, rather than the Tories' chums in the city.
Moderate Conservative and Lib-Dem MPs supported by Labour must put more pressure on the Government to abandon this wicked policy, while tenants must email petitions to the Prime Minister stressing the iniquities
of this policy.
have separated between you and your God.
The Psalmist tells God: "The tide of my iniquities
has gone over my head; their weight is a burden too heavy for me to bear.