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PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhary downplayed the backlash, saying that it is only bothering the 'chattering class'.
In any case, this nearly 2,700-word Q&A, which deals expressly with his time in the service, provides the chattering class with a window into the largely unknown 60-year-old's character and values.
SHADOW Welsh Secretary Peter Hain was last week quick to rubbish claims that Ed Miliband was already struggling as leader of the Labour Party as "chattering class nonsense".
Now the paper has extended its online lie detector to the punditocracy, examining the claims of the right and left members of the chattering class.
The self-important chattering class of Washington insists that you only have credibility as a critic of the war if you were for it in the first place.
In Australia, the chattering class was more directly associated with a "progressive" ideology.
However, apart from providing the chattering class with a convenient talking point, the failure of Foolproof means very little except that Phillips has suffered a career setback after his promising debut feature, Treed Murray.
Riding on the postwar flush of welfare-state socialism, the chattering class (i.e., radical chic) Left cultivated an open contempt for what were then seen as outdated values that were supposed to support an out-of-date class system.
Instead, Harper relies almost exclusively on the work of the early modem chattering class, the Fieldings, Defoes and a host of social observers, leavened with the occasional Parliamentary report.
Thatcher suffered from sycophancy, misplaced chivalry and the hysterical hatred of the 'chattering class' women, alas, as well as men.
That's what the local chattering class has been talking about since The Vancouver Sun in British Columbia became victim of an old-media hacking.