was written response to unease
end of "I don't ever see myself as an X Factor contender," he said.
Chinese money looking for refuge in the West is said to be provoking unease
in the City as the country's entrepreneurs and businessmen come under increased regulatory scrutiny in the UK, the Telegraph reported on Saturday.
about staying in a posh hotel with all mod cons while so many of those around me had lost everything.
The Government needs to undertake further discussions with interested parties, such as the trade unions, to ensure that members of the public are not adversely affected by this Bill and I therefore voted against the programme motion in order to draw attention to my unease
about the Bill.
Students reporting limited sexual experience, being at risk for sexual problems, and feeling that they had not been trained adequately admitted more unease
talking about sexual issues than other medical students did.
Summary: Government drug adviser Eric Carlin has resigned following unease
about the speed with which Mephedrone was criminalised.
The PM again threw his weight behind his predecessor's bid to take on the role, despite unease
among some European Union countries about his record in office.
Qadi said during a visit to the Zarqa Police Directorate Sunday that the move was to ensure citizensAAE safety and welfare due to the trouble and general unease
caused by firecrackers.
Summary: Impressive rallies in the S&P 500 left the US Dollar lower against all major currencies except the Japanese Yen, but a relative sense of unease
Summary: Malaysia banned the forced conversion of children to Islam to quell unease
among religious minorities in the mainly Muslim nation, the country's Legal Affairs Minister said on Thursday.
JIM HANCOCK is absolutely right to highlight unease
among senior Lib-Dems at their Party's proposed cuts to free parking (Daily Post, February 16).
in the ochre-filled skies, unease
in the silky labyrinth of
There was unease
upon his arrival at the "central banker's bank" in the spring of 2003.
But the former Motherwell and Brentford boss moved to allay any feelings of unease
among the Tartan Army by saying: "I'm already calling Scotland 'we'.
The expected grilling by the press comes a day after the execution of two of Saddam Hussein's closest henchmen, which provoked global unease
as it emerged that Saddam's half-brother and intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim was decapitated during the hanging.