I don't understand how you allow such a bigoted, smallminded and ignorant man to write editorials that slag off
the entire population of Britain's second city in your paper, a Birmingham paper!
The puppets of politicians can spout off the same nonsense, slag off
the Tories and the state of the town, blame Margaret Thatcher for everything else.
I WONDER why Examiner journalist Dave Himelfield (Examiner, March 11) felt the need to 'slag off
' the ukulele as a 'toy' instrument.
It is embarrassing when people come to the house and slag off
the work." ( ANI )
You couldn't even slag off
their acting - they weren't supposed to be.
Two vertical rows of toothed tools press onto the slat and move forward through the slats, scraping the slag off
each slat with a smooth forward motion.
SIR - In response to former Labour AM Tom Middlehurst doesn't it speak volumes that he manages to slag off
Plaid Cymru AMs for refusing their 8.3% pay rise in recognition of public sector pay cuts, but has no criticism for his own Labour Government's actions in forcing the pay cuts through in the first place (Letters, March 13)!
HOWDID that so-called comedian Tarbuck have the front to stand on the stage at the Liverpool Empire and slag off
the people of the city of Liverpool for being thieves?
Last week they ordered poor little Rory Egan (no, I've never heard of him either) to slag off
It is our choice whether we want to just continue to skim the slag off
the top of the furnace by focusing on the easy problems that others most solve or dig into what is immersed in the molten metal that we can solve ourselves.
Opposition parties this week jumped on a bandwagon to slag off
the National Assembly's free school breakfast scheme.
A couple of months ago whizzkid Melbourne architect Sean Godsell was apparently getting it from the local architectural institute for daring in the press to slag off
'Smart-arse architecture that shocks you once', referring, I gather, to some recent proto-blob architecture in his city.