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Descent into insults

It is normal for two parties to have arguments/debates about their differences of opinion. But when one side decides to insult and denigrate the other personally along with their family it says a lot about the character and class of that side.

Given the recent statements on a UNC platform by ministers this week it would appear that class is very much lacking in some quarters.

The ability to refrain from insults during a disagreement is very rare now.

J Deering

Maraval

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