The charity said: "Derek died while they prevaricated
and other care home residents could be having bad experiences.
The police service has long prevaricated
to understand this.
Mr Askham, 52, said: "For two months they prevaricated
through red tape, gobbledegook and misleading information.
Yet, scandalously, British governments have prevaricated
and stuck to the indefensible line that it was complete coincidence that 20,000 men exposed to radiation suffered from so many similar, terrible illnesses.
Chris Kaufman, T&G national secretary for food and agriculture, said Grampian had prevaricated
after an earlier ballot was suspended for a month to extend talks.
It seems that Westminster has prevaricated
for so long, this variety will be outdated by the time it can be sown.
Mr Byrne is still smarting over accusations that he prevaricated
for months before taking France to court for refusing to import British beef.
Kelly, having sent a letter charging Shearer, told Newcastle to hide it in a drawer while he and the FA prevaricated