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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unscrutinized.

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Examples

  • The unscrutinised passage of this bill, with so many questions unanswered and such absolute power given to Gove, is an alarming augury of this government's style of policymaking.

    Gove's bill spells segregation and tax-funded madrasas

  • This piety was too much to endure from a government that cut short debate in Parliament by unprecedented use of the guillotine, drafted legislation so that toxic measures at the end of bills weren't examined and used record levels of unscrutinised secondary legislation.

    So, how do the parties match up on protecting our freedom?

  • This cut is but one of many we are likely to see in the coming months and we should not allow them to get away with them unchallenged and unscrutinised.

    The gap between rhetoric and reality

  • The accepted view is that the Home Office now bypasses parliament by lobbying Europe directly in the knowledge that the measures they desire will go undebated and unscrutinised, then be smuggled into British law as a European directive.

    Obama and Turkey and Qualified Majority Voting

  • Meanwhile, the heir to Blair continues to cruise along unscrutinised and is heading for a three-figure majority.

    Ed Balls is still fighting the war against Blair

  • Likewise, unscrutinised science is under a pressure to “cheat”.

    Replication Policy Re-Posted « Climate Audit

  • If unscrutinised, the pressure to cheat would be significant.

    Replication Policy Re-Posted « Climate Audit

  • It was a mere reflection founded on probabilities still unscrutinised -- the last tenacious struggle before hope gives way to utter and palpable despair.

    The Lone Ranche

  • What gets missed when the failings of the Catholic Church are highlighted while other organisations go unscrutinised is the fact that all of us are participants stuck in a child-abuse crisis which stretches back for decades.

    MercatorNet

  • In largely unscrutinised changes, backed by the opposition, the government is introducing new criminal charges for supporting people smugglers, even unwittingly.

    de.indymedia.org newswire

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