In his letter, the 68-year-old wrote: "This measure is regrettable and harsh, bringing indignity
and suffering on the refugees and asylum seekers, and dismay to the citizens of Glasgow."
He wants you to know the indignity
they suffer in the hands of dishonest caregivers.
The tableau reminded me of a line from the book of historian Francis Fukuyama: "To be poor is to be invisible to your fellow human beings, and the indignity
of invisibility is often worse than the lack of resources."
I dont want anyone to face the indignity
of long stays on trolleys LEO VARADKAR dail yesterday
The society believes it is unfair for Tom to alter his GBP 3.4 million Georgian home and residents have to ''suffer the tasteless indignity
She proposes a critical reframing of understanding prejudice and racism in society--a shift from prejudice as antipathy to prejudice as harm inflicted by indignity
. She seeks an alternative critical cultural analysis of societal presuppositions and mechanisms of enacting moral exclusion by transforming or altering peopleAEs worth and dignity.
What defies belief is Great British Racing's indignity
that it should be challenged on this.
AN 86-year-old widow suered "pain, anxiety and indignity
" after she fell at home and waited 90 minutes for an ambulance, a coroner said yesterday.
Hales was arrested in connection with Bosses death in 2008 after her body was found in a secluded area just outside Martensville, and charged with first-degree murder and offering an indignity
to human remains.
That any disabled person in Britain in the 21st century should be put through such indignity
is a disgrace.
HE'S been battered and humiliated for more than 40 years, but the wolf in a classic Russian animated cartoon has skirted the indignity
of having to drop his smoking habit.
"He deserves to end in humiliation and indignity
,"said Suleiman, who spoke for an hour.
There are 172 fewer people suffering the indignity
of staying on mixed-sex wards.