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witch-hunt

'Whistleblowing', see there.
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50 for adults and 50p for children - apply during the halerm week, although there is no extra charge for the witchhunt.
But the stunt was later branded "trial by Twitter" as a Cameron warned it could lead to a witchhunt against gays.
PAUL Gogarty's foul-mouthed outburst in the Dail has already gone international, but its global fame could lead to a witchhunt in the Oireachtas.
In a furious response to today's release of the Government report, the Phoenix Four said: "The report is entirely as we expected - a witchhunt against us and a whitewash for the government.
Faith schools are falling victim to a Government witchhunt, according to a report published today.
But Hughes said: "As far as I am concerned I am the victim of a witchhunt.
WELL, the Ashes are over and the witchhunt has started, writes Steve Palmer.
The aim of the inquiry should be to get at the truth behind these delays - not act as a witchhunt against Mr Sheffield.
Me and my family have been subjected to a witchhunt.
Now he says he was being ironic as he believes the scandal has been turned into a celebrity witchhunt, with innocent names like his being thrown into the frame.
The latest witchhunt is aimed at air travel which, according to Louella Houldcroft, is responsible for the planet heating up (Voice of the North, September 23), but she fails to mention that the other planets are doing the same.
Of course it's easy to witchhunt the disabled, it takes our mind off the real scroungers within the Palace of Westminster.