He said: "This idea that we should - or could - extract ourselves from the bulk of EU obligations is nonsensical
. It is wishful thinking."
His empire is spread far and wide, he is a friend of royalty (purveyor of curry to Prince William in St Andrews), and holds some or other of the nonsensical
trappings of the British Empire.
Staying with the Freedom of Information Act, hats off to disgruntled rural bus user Joe Gilbert, who used it to highlight a nonsensical
quirk in the system.
He also feels the need to write the same nonsensical
sentence over and over.
Sir Ian Blair - who replaced outgoing commissioner Sir John Stevens this week - said the use of such evidence would make his job much easier and Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti said it was "nonsensical
" not to use phone tap material in court.
Yesterday Glyn Davies, the Welsh Conservative AM for Mid and West Wales and chairman of the National Assembly's agriculture and rural affairs committee, issued a press release in which he launched an unprecedented personal attack on Rhodri Morgan, which Labour last night dismissed as ``scurrilous and nonsensical
It is hard to tell if he is that desperate for ratings as to be soliciting the gay community or if he really believes his nonsensical
It is nonsensical
t o then s urmisethere's a family rift of some kind.
In 2000 he created Grattacielo (Skyscraper), an eccentric tower organized into five superimposed blocks, each conceived independently of the other and designed by the artist in collaboration with a different person, using different shapes and materials; the result was a fantastic and nonsensical
I READ with great interest the recent article published in the ECHO regarding the worry by vets of the lack of vaccinations to pets on Merseyside due to nonsensical
Awkward, ungrammatical even nonsensical
sentences, as well as confusing and overly long paragraphs fill the text.
It makes us think that the fouled up reform of the House of Lords is becoming more nonsensical
and dangerous by the day.