Instead of encouraging countries to step up and create new rivalries, new interest and new markets, the triumvirate are short-sightedly
"The way to control work permits is to have an annual limit, which the Government short-sightedly
refuses to introduce."
We would be acting short-sightedly
if we did not also take steps to rethink and make changes according to the demands of our situation and national interests.
However yesterday's white paper is short on detail, and what is not yet apparent is any long-term, joined-up strategic vision for developing the network, moving freight off the roads and improving services, including, we would hope, re-establishing the North-South Wales link that was broken so brutally and short-sightedly
the researchers lump together under one heading the diversity of the independent sector - internationally renowned boarding schools, small rural boarding schools, large urban independent day schools such as ourselves, small independent day schools catering for pupils with special needs.
industries also short-sightedly
raised prices in the 1970s, just when competition from Japan and other industries was increasing.
She added: "The Government short-sightedly
scrapped regional development agencies, such as One North East, and have delivered a two-thirds cut to regional development funding even now that the Regional Growth Fund has eventually been put in place.
Why, it's Lucy and Miriam!" she added, peering short-sightedly
in front of her.
It will certainly play well with those who short-sightedly
regard the influx of citizens from former British colonies as a threat to the 'British' way of life rather than a welcome opportunity to enrich an already diverse culture.
Considering Keegan short-sightedly
scrapped the reserve team during his last spell as manager and was accused of failing to pay proper attention to the development of home-grown players, it seems he has learned valuable lessons at Manchester City.
Sir, - In spite of, or perhaps because of, this Government's massive majority, Home Secretary Mr Jack Straw pushed through the House of Commons on July 25 a 'Justice (Mode of Trial) (N 2) Bill' by short-sightedly
using the guillotine motion for a Bill which has such significant constitutional importance.