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Chris Game is a senior lecturer at the University of Birmingham Tomorrow's Agenda: Justice Secretary Jack Straw on crime and punishmentIt is also damagingly divisive: setting researchled universities against the rest, the increasingly popular arts and social sciences against the natural sciences and engineering, 'researchactive' staff against their colleagues
Far more damagingly, he categorically rejected the notion of right of return for Palestinian refugees and insisted that Jerusalem will never be divided, two potentially catastrophic statements for future peace talks, but ones that his advisors would probably have told him are unavoidable if he wishes to take up residency in the White House.
More damagingly, the tiresome plot about PR girl Ashley (Lindsay Lohan) having good luck running through her veins until she kisses bad luck charm Jake (Chris Pine) is just a cheap version of Freaky Friday.
Most damagingly, she had to make a tearful public apology after making Downing Street aides deny a true story.
The font is hard on the eye and, more damagingly, inappropriate to the stress-marks used by Guernsey.
And, just as damagingly for England, the support of the fans too, judging by the cries of 'what a load of rubbish' yesterday.
Nothing is more damagingly visually intrusive than a large wind turbine in a sensitive site.
To clear up such a damagingly decisive issue, we rang Paul Greeves, the all-knowing chief executive of Weatherbys Thoroughbred Ltd.
More damagingly, students are increasingly depicted as over-qualified, but lacking necessary workplace skills.
Two problems with these strategic plans - the resources required to produce them and, much more damagingly, they create a fixed idea - eg, the Edge Lane development programme - arguably, originally, a bad idea (to make it easier for people to live outside the city and commute to the city centre) and, once house prices started to increase, it was economic insanity to persist.
With the economy set to contract very sharply in the first half of the year and serious downside risks facing recovery prospects thereafter, and with credit conditions remaining damagingly tight, the minutes reveal that all MPC members were in favour of cutting interest rates to just 0.
One possible consequence could be a growth in out-of-town hypermarkets at the expense of small shops in town centres and - more damagingly for local communities - in the suburbs.
He is confident nonetheless his team have it in them to do so - having been powerless yesterday to resist the strokeplay of Kamran Akmal (109), the ever reliable Mohammad Yousuf (68) and most damagingly of all Abdul Razzaq whose unbeaten 51 came from only 22 balls.
And once you have a county court judgment (CCJ) against you even for a small amount it can sit damagingly on your credit record for SIX YEARS.
With a spate of retirements from last year and, most damagingly, Ciaran Sheehan signing for AFL club Carlton, you would have got long odds on Cork being out in front with a 100 per cent record after four games of the Allianz League.