can lessen feelings of guilt and help restore a wrongdoer's image, it seems declining to do so can have even more powerful psychological benefits.
He is apologising
for not sticking to his election pledge, but not apologising
for the policy.
So, since I'm going to be so grumpy, I'll start by apologising
is the theme, why stop at the publicity-catching slave trade?
On Tuesday, the men gave a dramatic and emotional account of the raid, following which Assistant Commissioner Andy Hayman issued a statement apologising
for the "hurt" the police may have caused.
But as an inspection team from the International Olympics Committee (IOC) began a crucial four- day assessment of London's bid, Mr Livingstone again made it clear that he had no intention of apologising
She was embarrassed and couldn't stop apologising
when we told her it wasn't our name.
The Church of England is apologising
for past discrimination against homosexuals.
Washington, Mar 14 ( ANI ): Jessica Biel says that thanks to her rebellious teen ways she was always apologising
to her '7th Heaven' bosses.
A BBC insider said: "After the delay in apologising
over the Sachsgate involving Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand we were not going to make the same mistake twice.
Politicians could in some instances find themselves apologising
for events which occurred before they were born.
But as an inspection team from the International Olympics Committee (IOC) began a crucial four-day assessment of London's bid, Mr Livingstone again made clear that he had no intention of apologising
In his book Grievance Settlement Within a Global Context, Professor Thomas Schenke of Columbia University established six laws of apologising
No doubt Peter Hain, apologising
on behalf of Northern lreland and Wales, believes this cringing, politically-correct statement, will enhance his attempt to further his climb up the New Labour slippery pole to Deputy Leader.
for the offence caused - how about that?