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But chairman of the BMA's GPs committee Laurence Buckman said: "It is absolute nonsense to suggest there are gentleman's agreements - it just doesn't happen.
I have to say to all my members and to members of the public - this is absolute nonsense.
Most market statistics, for example, talk about a record like "4 out of the last 5 years" which is absolute nonsense, since a record like that is actually more likely to be due to chance (you can easily get 4 out of 5 heads in a coin toss) or due to short-term cyclical phenomenon, in either case being absolutely worthless, or worse, as a predictor of future years.
But that was absolute nonsense - it would be getting rid of a chief executive and replacing him with a political appointee.
A LEADING Thornaby councillor has described the Newcastle venue for a public meeting to discuss a proposed new pounds 464m hospital on Teesside as "an absolute nonsense.
DAVE Williams' claim (ECHO, Aug 27) that there are not many Scousers on the Kop as it's full of people from Norway Denmark, Ireland and London is absolute nonsense.
And David Hines, chairman of the North of England Victim's Association added: "This is absolute nonsense.
Some of the things reported on the playing side and on the personal side have been absolute nonsense.
And all those who talk about terrorists and the IRA are talking absolute nonsense.
This proposal is absolute nonsense," said Jim Petty, president of Air Vegas.
IT is an absolute nonsense the Community Shield will be played before wide-open spaces at Wembley.
There is little love lost between the pair but the Man United manager insists: "It's absolute nonsense.
But Ridsdale told the Echo: "It's absolute nonsense that Andy Cole is coming to Cardiff City.
After his 2:1 award, the pensioner from Hightown has his sights on a masters degree and said: "It's absolute nonsense to say you're too old to learn.