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I do not intend to judge whether this is good or bad for us in the final analysis.
The problem is not that the package was bad, but that implementation was insufficient.
Therefore, all this money, all these investments, they are not necessarily a bad thing.
In itself, however, having more statistical information is no bad thing.
Nor is it about good versus bad alcohol, or about capital versus labour.
These peoples have been in a bad way ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
If things go from bad to worse, it will be Mr Pöttering who ends up being blamed.
That had a bad effect on the Kremlin, and Gorbachev lost a lot more influence.
Now, twenty years after the fall of Communism, it all seems like a bad dream.
Perhaps it would be no bad thing if animals returned to traditional fodder.
The consequences for the future will be poor education, bad jobs, lower productivity and small insurance contributions.
The Dobris assessment reported that a quarter of Europe's rivers are of poor or bad quality, with either sparse populations of fish or completely devoid of fish.
If we are less than fully able to get back the money wrongly paid out - as this own-initiative report says we are - then that shows the EU in a bad light.
We are back to food mountains at great cost to EU tax payers - back to the bad old days - and none of us want to see that.
You know it's in there somewhere: that photo of you with the bad haircut that you want to erase forever.
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Returning political refugees, however, exposes them to the worst possible danger.
The earlier one may not please you, but it has not been changed nor made worse.
on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group. - Madam President, this motion is badly needed.
Or in the case of China, "It is not so bad, it is what we are doing in Tibet.'
Since the elections, the general human rights situation has become even worse.
We cannot allow the economic crisis to make the situation of these children worse.
This would be the worst possible moment to pull out or to isolate the country.
The situation becomes worse still as the number of people thus affected increases.
The worst fears of many people, expressed in this Chamber, have not been realised.
Now I have come to believe that a bad constitution is not better than nothing.
I do believe this is a very bad directive, not in its intention but in its method.
Let us be realistic about what is in this Treaty and what is good and bad about it.
This situation got worse after the International Monetary Fund had become involved.
The social situation is already serious and yet it is going to get worse in future.
We are opposed to this report and, of course, to the amendments that make it worse.
In my opinion, our worst fears about Mahathir Mohamad have proved to be true.
We should not divide Europe once again into the better-off and the worse-off.
After the G8, after your Presidency here, we need that leadership very badly.
Otherwise we will come off badly in the fight against cheating and fraud in Europe.
We have had a lot of bad experiences with the internal disciplinary council.
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