The doubts about the identity parade were not challenged, and Moore's reticence and evidential unreliability
was not brought out in either court.
THE saga of Ernie the Eagle and Paul the Octopus in the Hancock columns (Mail, July 16) highlighted, in Ernie's case the unreliability
of animal intuition.
There does not appear to be any spokesman for this highly subsidised and lucrative wind energy industry to refute the charges of unreliability
, durability, no guarantee of maintenance and back-up in general.
The same unreliability
applies during the evening rush hour.
Chief executive Bill Coley said it would be "totally incorrect" to assume that chief nuclear officer Roy Anderson was departing the company because of continuing unreliability
of reactors at its Hinkley Point and Hunterston sites.
IN a recent article (Feb 3), Peter Meldrum spoke of the dangers and unreliability
of hand-timing races.
Could it be that while chasing around Europe being photographed studying continental-built, redundant midget wind factories whose unreliability
is well documented and anyway would not offer any permanent, meaningful employment to Welsh workers, Andrew missed the mail delivery from the UK Trade Secretary?
It is hard to believe that such a link between the main airports of two such major destinations does not already exist, particularly given the continuing unreliability
of the train service -- with or without Richard Branson's Pendolinos.
Moreover, the unreliability
of tape means there are no guarantees that the data required would actually be there.
Senam Okudzeto emphasized the unreliability
of memory in the reconstruction of stories.
The main reason for unreliability
in the Vale of Glamorgan is significant traffic congestion in its key urban areas, particularly on the approaches to Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff, Penarth and Barry.'
The AA spokesman added: "People are deserting the railways because of the unreliability
of the service.