"To me, and I'm sure to the rest of the crowd, this felt as a bit of a let down
. Kept your fans waiting for an hour and wasn't even at the venue on time.
It is in fact this Government that has let down
the people of this city.
The Crown Prosecution Service has defended itself against accusations that a mother-of-four, who killed herself during the sex abuse trial of her former teacher, was let down
by the court system.
Speaking outside court, Downing, 27, said he was "very pleased" with the outcome but also felt sorely let down
by his former agent.
He said the officers were decent people from decent families who have been let down
by the justice system they serve and made to feel like they themselves have been on trial.
Female learner drivers need more attempts to pass their driving test than men and are let down
by poor reversing, according to one of Britain's biggest driving schools.
Walsh also tries to advance the proposition that Air Force One was a place where the presidents could let down
their guard and be seen in a more informal setting.
It challenges us when we fish hostile lakes to do so in the spirit of Peter: "If you say so, I will let down
the nets." Such an attitude invites God's grace when the situation looks hopeless, the relationship seems barren, the labor appears fruitless.
At the time, she blamed staff for the failures and promised to refund customers who had been let down
HILLARY Clinton has said young people in Britain expressed 'fear, disgust and a feeling of being let down
' after the Brexit referendum.
Time after time our brave boys have been let down
by the politicians.
Ms Maitlis said she had been let down
by the criminal justice system and Edward Vines' unwanted attention was upsetting her husband and scaring her children.