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He argued with himself about all things under heaven with that kind of wrong-headed lucidity which may be observed in some lunatics.
I have already said that I do not believe that the Duchess would encourage so monstrous an action, but the lad had the most wrong-headed opinions, and it is possible that he may have fled to her, aided and abetted by this German.
Sanctions are an effective way of seeking to convince North Korea that its pursuit of nuclear weapons is both wrong-headed and counter-productive to its security and prosperity.
The heartache and despair caused by the rolling out of Universal Credit has been due to one man, Iain Duncan Smith, in his desperately wrong-headed attempt to simplify a system which cannot be simplified.
The Scottish Prison Service's decision to veto publication of details of his day releases is wrong-headed.
Continue reading "Sebastian Junger's Fascinatingly Wrong-Headed 'Tribe: on Homecoming and Belonging'" at.
Ms Sturgeon said if the Labour leader "is wrong-headed enough to reject an anti-Tory alliance and let David Cameron back into power " a strong block of SNP MPs would work "to protect Scotland from the damage of a Tory government in a way that Labour never has".
SIR - As a Jerseyman visiting friends in Wales, I am horrified to read of your First Minister's wrong-headed attempt at interference in the forthcoming Scottish Referendum.
As her 35 th birthday looms, Suzanne embarks on a wrong-headed, but very funny, quest--to find Mr.
His claim that most of the deprivation in the area has been caused by "his government" and impoverished by the bedroom tax and cuts to people on benefits would be risible if it were not so completely wrong-headed.
Dr Morgan said communities were being torn apart by wrong-headed attitudes to poverty.
Jens Spahn, health spokesman for the Christian Democratic Union, told Der Spiegel magazine: "Youth protection is also about protecting young people from the consequences of a wrong-headed beauty craze.
EVERY so often - and, it seems, at least once during a Tory-led government - a policy comes along that is so divisive and wrong-headed that it brings people on to the streets.
When the changes come so thick and fast, without time for consultation or even consideration, when the changes are so wrong-headed, so damaging to children's education, then the morale of the profession plummets.
The success of these networks shows how wrong-headed a Heathrow connection is.