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- Warnings have been given in the past about the con trick being used in the town, with people being urged to stand by machines where possible if they have a problem.
- So if it is true that work is a gigantic con trick that we are now waking up to, the question remains: if we dismantle the job system, then what do we replace it with?
- It is patently clear to me now that this current sorry state of affairs has been a carefully contrived con trick from day one.
- It seems that sometimes the oldest con tricks are amongst the most successful.
- Frankly, I am puzzled as to why so many people fall for the biggest con trick of the century.
- It could be the biggest con trick ever, but it cannot be ignored.
- Crime reduction officers are warning people in Tendring about a number of con tricks hitting the area.
- If it does turn out that he has (apparently repeatedly) been the victim of a massive con trick, he might want to ponder if his own behaviour left him exposed.
- Yet, almost immediately that was shown to be a giant con trick.
- There is also an aspect of the con trick about the whole thing.
- This one just has to rank as the most transparent con trick around.
- ‘But the word is spreading that ‘housing choice’ is a con trick.’
- If that isn't a political con trick of the first order, I don't know what is.
- Clubs need to be aware of this con trick otherwise they will be paying a high price.
- Tenants in Camden have rejected this con trick and all the bullying and propaganda that came with it.
- So the beauty of blending is really something of a con trick, for its real purpose is to increase profits.
- It's a con trick to argue that using quieter jets to increase night flights doesn't matter.
- This is nothing but a con trick to keep it as a local road and force the local people to deal with the problem.
- If we go to a gallery and see four metres of framed white canvas, is it minimalism, or a con trick?