Few disagree more with her than I do, but language like this debases
politics NICOLA STURGEON ON VICIOUS ATTACKS AGAINST THERESA MAY is
Catherine Wood, 37, who lost husband Simon, said: "It debases
what has happened.
And then we should roll up our sleeves and continue the hard work of eradicating shameful poverty that debases
our sisters and brothers--who are the face of Jesus--whether at home or in Zambia or Honduras or Kenya or Mozambique or Congo or Vietnam or Guyana.
The majority, report called for "reasonable pedagogical justification" for, among other things, a "comment" or "technique" that "debases
and degrades students in the class." The minority report charged that such a criterion left too much to the subjective discretion and temper of a hearing panel, and it asked simply for "pedagogical justification." The two sides also differed, without much clarity, over the burden and degree of proof required to convict.
In his letter, Salmond said: "It debases
the entire currency of Scottish politics."