While it may be fair to say councils have no choice but to collude in this cramming, it might also be said that inviting objections to rubber-stamp
decisions is bordering on duping the public.
You may be right, but I haven't seen any evidence that the court is a rubber-stamp
Police can also get probable-cause rulings from plenty of judges who rubber-stamp
requests for warrants.
Then, the company representatives merely sent the legal bills on to the general counsel at the Richland, Wash., DOE office for rubber-stamp
approval, after which the DOE accommodatingly wrote a check.
The Institute believes it indicates a growing tendency among courts to look closely at fairness issues in these situations and not simply rubber-stamp
clearly irrational verdicts and legal holdings.
Summary: Seoul [South Korea], Mar 10 (ANI): Amid talks of denuclearisation, North Korea on Sunday held parliamentary elections to elect new representatives for the 14th Supreme People's Assembly, its rubber-stamp
THE Senate is now turning to be a 'rubber-stamp
house,' Senator Leila de Lima said shortly after she was ousted as chair of the Senate committee on justice and human rights on Monday.
The Hammers have to rubber-stamp
the deal and the Football League process the relevant paperwork, which was expected to be a formality.
Bairns boss John Hughes has 19-year-old Arsenal keeper Mark Howard on trial but the 27-year-old Englishman, a target for St Johnstone, said: "I think I can go but I'm waiting for the club to rubber-stamp
The British Olympic Association will be formally asked this morning to rubber-stamp
her inclusion for the trip to Athens in August.
However, should West Brom win it would virtually rubber-stamp
their return to the Premiership, which means this should be a cracking game with both teams going all out for victory and neither giving any quarter.