It ought to play politics
, but the politics ought to be the right kind.
A protester told ANI, "P has tried to play politics
of blood and has tried to divide Hindus and Muslims too.
If they try to play politics
over it, we will give a befitting reply," Congress spokesman Anand Sharma said after a Delhi court issued summons to Sonia and Rahul Gandhi.
Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said: "George Osborne has stooped so low that he's prepared to play politics
with the aspirations of the lowest paid.
We are not going to allow state governments to play politics
You don't play politics
at a time of national crisis, you don't play politics
with the economy, and you never, ever, play politics
with people's jobs," the Liberal Democrat leader told his party conference in Birmingham.
Nick Clegg said: "Let me tell you this: You don't play politics
at a time of national crisis.
Campbell says that, while remaining publicly supportive of the Prince, Mr Blair told Charles in private that there were "limits to the extent to which they could play politics
Mr Balls said it would be "very mistaken" of Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg to play politics
with control orders, which place a series of constraints on terror suspects.
There will be a lot of politicking in the run-up to the election, but for a Prime Minister to play politics
with the issue of terrorism is a disgrace," he added.
It is going to be counter-productive in the national interest if we [political parties] play politics
They should vote for a song if they liked it and not play politics
, he said.
It is shocking that the Labour government in London is so willing to play politics
with people's livelihoods.
California deserves a governor who will not play politics
with our lives and is committed to equality under the law.
He said: 'What I find most disturbing with it is that there is a clear attempt by Labour to play politics
on the issue of terror.