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fair deal

Just treatment; a fair chance (to do something). When Tara negotiated with the salesman for a new car, she was afraid she wasn't getting a fair deal because she was a woman. I'm not asking for special treatment, just give me a fair deal at the tryouts.
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a fair deal

equitable treatment.
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I'm hopeful that we can do that, but there are one or two outstanding items." Asked whether he was confident that Wales would not be disadvantaged as a result of the adjustment to the block grant, Mr Gauke said: "We're confident that we can get a fair deal for Wales that will be acceptable to the Welsh Government and acceptable to the UK government.
Perhaps we should not assume that she is supportive of the campaign to get a fair deal for our region purely on the basis that she is a Midlander and is also an MP for a Midland constituency, Staffordshire Moorlands.
Our issue is there was no independent evaluation carried out by HRI to ensure it's a fair deal for all of the property owners," Dunican said.
Had we not given all these exemptions, we would have been able to probably reduce the income tax rate and given a more fair deal to people in paying the same thing," Adhia said on the ministry's YouTube channel.
Cuts to government spending and services by the Tory-Liberal Democrat coalition government had already hurt women, said Fair Deal. Half of housing benefit recipients are single women, while one in four women are in low-paid and insecure work.
There needs to be a rethink about how at-home care is funded in rural areas - we need to make sure that care workers get a fair deal and their travel time can be paid by all providers and those needing care at home get a good service."
Coun Peter Jackson, leader of the council's main opposition group, labelled the 1% reduction "a fair deal" for Northumberland, claiming it was the smallest cut in the region, below the national average of 1.8%.
A new statutory code will give pub landlords running tied pubs new rights to help them get a fair deal from pub companies.
THE Government has repeated its insistence that it will not ban zero-hours contracts but wants to make sure workers are getting a "fair deal", following a huge response to a consultation.
Union leaders said talks had failed to secure a fair deal for members, while employers Babcock paid "eye-watering" bonuses to directors.
Here again, another US secretary of the state steps in the ring to help Israelis and the Palestinians work out a fair deal. Explicit in Kerry's move is his desire to succeed where his predecessor failed.
The comments were made in a submission to an inquiry by the Commons Communities and Local Government Committee, which was looking into the privately-rented sector and how the Government could ensure residents get a fair deal.
AWARD winning Otley Brewing Company has become the first firm to back the Fair Deal for your Local campaign.
The Coventry South Labour MP called for a "fair deal for Coventry".