dead ender

dead ender

n.
2. A situation or subject that affords no progress; a dead end.
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And predictably, the only Western response is tomultiply the tentacles ofthe Orwellian surveillance/security hydra -- a dead ender because it refuses toaddress the real root causes ofjihadism.
Dead Enders Stuart, Keith and Roger have all been in bands before - and Stuart reckons the group are better than One Direction, who have yet to hear about their mature new rivals.
and yet, despite it still being 10 times the programme Dead Enders is, this nation's long-time saving grace appears to be suffering from a credibility crunch.
It's easy to say Dead Enders has become a parody of its miserable self because, well, it's true.