Unprudent

Un`pru´dent


a.1.Imprudent.
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I KNOW it's not probably politically correct to agree with your columnist David Banks, but after reading his article about the hypocritical New Labour MPs attacking Mr Brunstrom on wasting money (Daily Post November 7), I have to say that he has hit the nail on the head quoting the wars and ID cards as prime examples of unprudent spending by New Labour, but can I add the following comments on this issue.
The appeal to regulatory excesses arose in February 1990, when Robert Clarke, head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), advised all national banks against making unprudent real estate loans.