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"I find it quite amazing that the accounts that are being given by the UK media in regard to Calais, suggesting the UK is being flooded with asylum seekers and that this creates a real threat, is absolute nonsense."
"It is absolute nonsense (that he told me to turn down Cardiff ).
According to Daily Express, the 47-year old actress's representative said that the rumors of the 55-year old American film director's philandering, sparked by a photograph of the 'Batman Returns' director kissing a mystery blond woman, were unfounded and "absolute nonsense", the New York Daily News reported.
"Absolute nonsense" - Bill Oddie, the environmentalist and broadcaster, on the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby's explanation that he is too busy to become vice-patron of the RSPCA
McClaren, who returned to manage Dutch side FC Twente earlier this year, said: "Absolute nonsense, I don't have the ambition to fulfil an office job.
The Dutch defence ministry issued a statement calling Sheehan's claims "absolute nonsense" and said that gay Dutch soldiers routinely co-operate with the US military in the Nato mission in Afghanistan.
"It's absolute nonsense to say that it should be and it's nonsense to presume what the situation will be almost two years down the line.
"All this stuff coming out of Portugal is absolute nonsense.
Aussie sympathisers IT'S only right Englishmen should be magnaminous in defeat but all this nonsense about Australia being good losers is absolute nonsense. They showed little respect for the spirit of the game throughout the series.
The mayor of Lampedusa hit back angrily, describing Geldof's claim as "absolute nonsense ...
Contacted by The Washington Post, he denied Little's charges, calling them "absolute nonsense, insanity." Terry acknowledged that he is separated from his wife and said his marriage is in "crisis" but denied he had done anything improper.
He said that they are the ones how have been comparing Markle with Middleton, but doing so has been an absolute nonsense.
Salmond knew it was absolute nonsense. And the intervening two-and-a-half years have shown it to be absolute nonsense.
Frequently one of these fox coverts is adjacent to Hunt kennels - thus making absolute nonsense of the plea that fox hunting is necessary to keep foxes down.
NISSAN'S EU jobs warning is "absolute nonsense," UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall has said.