She admitted serious professional incompetence
for failing to manage pupil behaviour and plan for lessons.
It is not only tradesmen that show a high degree of incompetence
The book is slightly schizophrenic in that it wanders between examples of incompetence
and corruption, almost always involving the lower courts, and examples of arrogance, a more pervasive and ultimately perhaps more dangerous failing.
Susan Barnard, 55, admitted incompetence
at three primary schools between 2004 and 2006.
The Security Industry Authority have been accused of incompetence
after issuing thousands of three-year licences to applicants whose right to work was due to expire within months.
I HAVE said it before and I will say it again: this dispute involving the meal breaks of ambulance crews is down to nothing other than management incompetence
Why should the defendant wait on the incompetence
Tutor-Saliba-Perini believe that our joint venture is being used as a scapegoat for the MTA's own incompetence
I have nothing but full respect for Amir Khan and I wonder how the loss of probably a million and a half pounds through the operational incompetence
of his team will affect him on the night.
FROM bitter personal experience, I can tell you that the family courts are a haven of secrecy, lies, incompetence
This so-called tragic accident has been intensified by the incompetence
of the so-called health professionals involved," they said in a statement.
Wouldn't it be fun (and rewarding) to work for a governmental agency that rewards incompetence
or worse, but which follows the party line?
With the Dome as backdrop, he said waste was a symbol of incompetence
iethe demonstrates the incompetence
of party organisers locally, or perhaps more cynically demonstrates an alarming degree of inherent racism.
In fact, consumer groups have found that, when a contractor and homeowner lock horns, it's more often because of miscommunication than incompetence