In the policy sections that close the book, he decries the frivolous pseudo-solutions now peddled by both parties, and rightly
argues that until we solve our long-term entitlement problems, we'll never free up the resources to address new public needs.
Soft ground is crucial for Fine Rightly
. And, in the belief conditions will be suitable, Andrew Lynch's mount gets a confident vote to see off Toon River, which bounced back to winning form when beating Noble Emperor and Toushan in a handicap chase at Gowran recently, and progressive Pairofbrowneyes.
I have known Norman Close for many a moon and can echo every word of praise from Graeme Rutherford and the Tyne, Tees and Wear Association who rightly
have recognised his unbelievable contribution.
The willpower she has demonstrated in sticking to her task is huge and she has quite rightly
been nominated as a contender in the finals of a national slimming competition.
"But that is no reason to lower their sights on service quality people rightly
Second, it's been rightly
stressed that, if people are prepared to fight for this country, then they and their families and descendants, it follows, have earned the right to live here.
Mr Price rightly
draws attention to the fact that the "London" media, which includes the BBC, has little interest in covering Welsh political issues on a UK-wide basis.
RICKY HATTON'S magnificent performance on Saturday night has, guite rightly
, dominated boxing this week.
Originally, separation meant that no secular prince can rightly
usurp an ecclesiastical office.
Albert Einstein is rightly
admired as one of history's great mathematical and scientific minds.
judge denied Phillips a legal name change two years ago on the grounds that the name could incite a "violent reaction" or "significantly offend people." (And rightly
so: Can you imagine the guilt of getting into a car accident with Jesus Christ?
As your early news article rightly
stated, commercial syndicates are not illegal under UK law nor contrary to the rules governing the National Lottery.
"Ultimately, the case for some government intervention and regulation in health care is compelling on the grounds of efficiency (because costs are out of control) and moral justice (because our societies rightly
take a more egalitarian view of health than of material possessions)," he asserts.
I work for an architectural practice that has carried out similar work, if not in a more simplistic form, and while I quite rightly
have never had any input into design, I always remind our architects to ensure walls are painted a suitable colour, and that lighting is positioned to allow for good vision.
That explosion, which Segal rightly
calls a revelation, looks different in different circles, and is symbolized as such.