MP Ali Al Zayed welcomed measures already taken to tackle sleaze
, but said alcohol should be outlawed.
Those keen to award the sleaze
gong to Labour point out that - unlike events that have shamed Messrs Blair and Brown - the stain never reached No.
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He should know that the only time I get an overwhelming stench of sleaze
in my nostrils is when I read the wildly hypocritical bleating of Tories clutching at straws.
But I think it does point out the hypocrisy of what they said at the time: 'purer than pure', 'whiter than white', 'tough on sleaze
, tough on the causes of sleaze
Sex Paperbacks of the Sixties is a full-color gallery of paperback cover artwork from "sleazy" sex-themed paperback books of the 1960's.
THE Tories may have invented sleaze
- but Labour seem to be trying to perfect it.
Read a never-before-published interview with the late Sister Sleaze
, one of the group's early members, only on Advocate.
An aide said: "He's very much against sleaze
and has felt for a long time parliament needs cleaning up.
This idea has been revived in the wake of the Mittal allegations of sleaze
, or worse, now confronting the Government.
Is it that art viewers are tiring of sleaze
and pornography and gravitating toward art that uplifts the soul and images beauty?
The legislation follows concerns highlighted by the Neill Committee on Standards in Public Life, set up after a series of political scandals and allegations of sleaze
The unprecedented growth of public disquiet about sleaze
in contemporary Britain can be interpreted in a number of different ways.
Even the cut version is a jaw-dropper; (now) with its five full minutes of sleaze
restored, it (the original version) has to be seen to be not quite believed.
Plaid's outstanding record of being clean of sleaze
at Westminster, and of giving the lead to avoid such problems in the Assembly makes Plaid's candidates - like Phil Edwards in Aberconwy - a natural choice for voters disgruntled with the London parties.