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The Nation owners have a responsibility to the truth and must ensure journalists practise the truth not spew bar rumours and innuendos and untruths," Mr Mugonyi warned.
Overall, Obama rarely told demonstrable untruths as president.
Now, after 43 years of the tangled web of untruths and deception from politicians of all colours, we find that all remaining EU laws have to be adopted into British law and then probably, over another 40 years, carefully unpicked to suit what is best for us.
MIRANDA DOYLE faces up to some of the ghosts in her family's past and a difficult childhood in her witty and engaging memoir A Book Of Untruths by Miranda Doyle (Faber & Faber, PS14.
READ IT MIRANDA DOYLE faces up to some of the ghosts in her family's past and a difficult childhood in her witty and engaging memoir A Book Of Untruths by Miranda Doyle (Faber & Faber, PS14.
The report of the Department of State is filled with systematic untruths, based on obsolete data to which Morocco had provided answers that were not taken into account", El Khalfi said at a press briefing following the weekly cabinet meeting.
Mitchell said the MP had told a "Homeric catalogue of untruths in his statement of evidence.
We're impressed at how well guest Judy Murray does tonight when she's asked to tell untruths.
lots of untruths As are we, albeit somewhat obliquely.
Talking about the August episode, Jardeleza slammed the two magistrates for vicious untruths they had supposedly hurled against him in accusing him of disloyalty during the Judicial and Bar Council's deliberations on Supreme Court nominees.
ORDINARY LIES BBC1 9pm More untruths are unravelling among the troubled staff of JS Motors.
It should not be eliminated by unwise legislation based on untruths with dramatic negative consequences for travelers.
That was thanks mainly to Armstrong - who comes across as a loathsome, bullying, lying drugs cheat - as he steadfastly delivers his bare faced untruths to the camera.
He said: "AIB caused a number of problems for my brother as minister because, quite frankly, I think some of the people in the bank were telling what I can only describe to be utter untruths publicly about the state of the bank and what was needed to get the bank out of its difficulties.
often hacking his way through jungles of untruths, trees, saplings, bushes, shrubs, and many, many weeds, large and small ones.