Neil Hunt, chief executive of the Alzheimer's Society, said: "We are very angry at what we see as a kick in the teeth
for millions of people.
This is unbelievable after everything that the farming industry has been through and is another kick in the teeth
for them,' she said.
Secondly Tony Blair's decision to scrap the Welsh Secretary post within the Cabinet and join it with the Scottish Office, with a Scottish lord overseeing Welsh affairs, is not only a slap in the face for democracy but also a kick in the teeth
to the people of Wa es Andrew T Nutt Membership Officer, Plaid Cymru, Heolddu Road, Bargoed
These season ticket rises are yet another kick in the teeth
for the fans - they are exorbitant.
WELSH try-scorer Jamie Robinson admitted conceding three New Zealand scores in the dying minutes of defeat was a kick in the teeth
Geoff Martin, from campaign group Health Emergency, said: "It's a kick in the teeth
It must also be a real kick in the teeth
for the lad because he has been a model professional.
We had loads of chances and were pushing forward in the second half, so it's a real kick in the teeth
It's a kick in the teeth
but it is a good kick in the teeth
, not a bad one.
PSV Eindhoven star Robben also plays wide on the left, and Duff said: "I must admit it was a bit of a kick in the teeth
after two months out to hear about it.
I would like to think that there are no more horsemen of doom riding our way, but the power failure was another kick in the teeth
for the business.