Then he offered up a mealy-mouthed
one which was instantly derailed by his toddler-like comment: "Well, I didn't start it - he did, so he needs to stop wimping around.
Presumably their more accurately named successors will proudly claim that they are Investors in Bits of People - that is, organs whipped out of the Welsh population at large before they're even properly aware of what some mealy-mouthed
Cardiff Bay spin-artists had got in store for them
His organisation put out a mealy-mouthed
statement saying the deaths of more than 1200 workers building stadiums for FIFA ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar needs to be kept separate from the game of football.
PRINCE Charles has kicked mealy-mouthed
political correctness in the teeth to wade into the IS debate, proving how much we need an outgoing future king to replace the bland Elizabeth II, whose reign now drags.
For a man of 77, Whelan managed to get his foot in his mouth remarkably quickly when asked to justify Mackay's appointment - spilling slurs, stereotypes and mealy-mouthed
excuses like football's Richard Littlejohn.
The NHS belongs to the people and we do not want privatisation, but Mr P Armstrong is using mealy-mouthed
words like "free at the point of entry".
In 2009 the brave Landscape Officer of Conwy Borough Council stood out in front of his mealy-mouthed
peers and dared to say that the industrialisation of Mwdwl Eithin with massive wind turbines was an unacceptable intrusion on our hills in a protected landscape.
These issues are too serious for us to be mealy-mouthed
and for us to be dragging our heels.
With rebellion crackling on the terraces and a very underwhelming Fans Forum last week, Newcastle need their actions to speak louder than their mealy-mouthed
words and that means one thing: Ashley needs to get his chequebook out and illustrate that he recognises the need for improvement.
The actions of these Orders and the health board in how they treated victims will speak louder than words in judging if these apologies are genuine or just mealy-mouthed
lip service for the sake of the cameras.
Any betrayal of the Spirit of '45 was not the fault of the manifesto, but of those mealy-mouthed
politicians without the courage to take the dream to its final conclusion.
Stating that he was astonished at Vettel's actions as the three-time world champion had come across as a well-adjusted young man, Watson said that Vettel still has not explained why he did not obey the team, apart from making some mealy-mouthed
excuse at that time.