If you feel in any way surprised that I should know these petty and unedifying
details, the reason is that I had them from a relative of mine who, later that evening, drove Mlle.
It was a part of my idea that the young lady had had a foreign lover (and an unedifying
tragical rupture) before her meeting with Jeffrey Aspern.
Del Bosque said at the time: "What he did was unedifying
, and that is why he was punished.
It was a little unedifying
, however, for the former Fulham boss to be so dismissive this week of comments made by John Toshack, one of his predecessors in the Wales hot-seat.
While the killing of Cecil the Lion was disgusting, the vilification of Palmer has been equally unedifying
IT has been unedifying
but enlightening to watch the Labour Party since the election.
To try and make a point by quoting the totally discredited Tony Blair is, to say the least, unedifying
The online vote-begging is a most unedifying
Yesterday, we even had the unedifying
spectacle of Michelle O'Byrne lecturing the Government on budget savings.
AT the Liberal Party Conference, we had the unedifying
sight of Mr Vince Cable waxing lyrical about "Liberals in Government", and yet failing to apologise for the Royal Mail privatisation omnishambles (with the taxpayer losing an estimated PS1bn through under valuing the share price).
The appearance of sex toys and the unedifying
sound of shouted sexual references, alongside the usual noise and unruly attentionseeking, might hopefully mean Sky rethinks its approach (and broadcast locations) - in a bid to persuade the idiots to stay at home.
SIR - The unedifying
pictures from Swansea yesterday regarding Nigel Farage's visit to the city might be seen to sum up a situation which has been in the making for some time.