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Whilst I do not agree with all of them, I do respect his right to hold them and feel that he should at least be given a fair crack of the whip.
Then it has to realise that the majority of British people do not follow any political ideology but just want a fair crack of the whip and to get on with their family lives.
But it was disappointing not be given a fair crack of the whip.
Yet I think Mark Venus deserved a fair crack of the whip at Boro.
So regards to getting a fair crack of the whip, I don't think I did.
Keeping the horses clean, healthy and sound is so difficult and if you manage all that you're not given a fair crack of the whip as prize-money is so poor and the handicapping system is flawed.
The job situation in a recession is tough - but it's even tougher when certain areas of the country don't appear to be getting a fair crack of the whip.
The second one's always going to be difficult anyway, and I just don't think he's been given a fair crack of the whip.
The 16-strong delegation, under Midlands World Trade Forum president, Peter Mathews, said: "We will push the European Commission to ensure Midlands firms get a fair crack of the whip to bid for European public procurement contracts.
He's going to get a fair crack of the whip so it's up to him to make it.
And people wonder why the diddy teams have no faith in the SFA giving them a fair crack of the whip.
I'VE been as critical of Cisse as anyone, but it would be wrong to even suggest that he's had a fair crack of the whip in terms of first team chances this season.
We don't want special treatment, just a fair crack of the whip and you are one of the few journalists to do so.
I ask this because Labour's Jobs Guarantee, 25 hours a week paid at minimum wage for a duration of six months, gave youngsters a fair crack of the whip.