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not given careful consideration

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Brand apologised for the joke, calling it "crass and ill-judged".
Brand apologised for the "crass and ill-judged" joke but some of our online readers wanted her to be sacked by the BBC.
DEAR Editor, I must reply to Barry Tighe's letter in last Thursday's Post regarding the sacking of Danny Baker by the BBC over his ill-judged tweet.
I SEE Donald Trump is coming to the UK on a state visit, an idea which is eye-wateringly ill-judged.
I HAVE to say that the result of Boris Johnson's recent ill-judged article concerning the burka has been the lining-up of pro-Boris and anti-Boris factions.
Walsh, left, has apologised for his "ill-judged" and now deleted tweet which said: "It's her that should be destroyed in the papers now.
Mr Young - a champion of free schools - saw his past catch up with him when he was appointed to the new universities watchdog, as a string of ill-judged Twitter remarks resurfaced.
THIS week a general sports fan, but someone with little interest in racing, asked me to explain why there is such a furore within the sport regarding Davy Russell's ill-judged effort to get Kings Dolly to concentrate at Tramore.
Merry takes Hollywood talent manager called Lane Coolman for a 'ride', which in turn leads to the downfall of a famous reality TV star, Buck, who destroys his reputation with some ill-judged anecdotes then disappears into the night.
COVENTRY City boss Tony Mowbray will be speaking to Reda Johnson about his "ill-judged" decision to make such a public display of his presence at a Shef-field Wednesday game.
FORMER TOP Gear presenter James May said the show's latest stunt filmed at the Cenotaph war memorial in London was "probably a bit ill-judged".
TALKING of Stephen, his one-off The Magic Show Story, on ITV, reminded me how brilliant Paul Daniels was before ill-judged reality shows, and Louis Theroux recast him as an oddball.
While Trott's latest return to competitive cricket - his first this season in April having proved ill-judged and premature - is likely to attract most media attention, Warwickshire fans will also have everything crossed that all goes well for Troughton.
First he nipped in after Sandro had slipped in attempting to clear Oscar's cross, then he ran on to an ill-judged back-header from Walker, rounded Lloris and rolled in to an empty net.
LOVE ACTUALLY (2003) BILLY Bob Thornton played the American president who makes an ill-judged pass at the PM's secretary.