Tag Archives: Apologies

How far back should retrospective government apologies go?

Now that Enda Kenny has apologised to the victims of the Magdalene laundries scandal in Ireland, Claudia Tomlinson asks how far back retrospective government apologies should go.

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So, Nick, when will you apologise for the double-dip, youth unemployment, NHS ‘reform’…

Labour today seized on Nick Clegg’s much-mocked apology on tuition fees, releasing a dossier of the Lib Dem record in government.

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“Sorry if you were offended” does not cut it, Diane

When Diane Abbott apologised for “any offence caused” over her racist comments, it was not a real apology – which is worse than none at all.

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