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Ned - sometimes said to stand for Non-Educated Delinquent - is actually just a shortened form of the name Edward.
In a motion tabled yesterday, Ms Kane claimed the term was short for "non-educated delinquent" and was "degrading and hurtful" to youngsters.
Finally, everyone has heard the term ned but does anyone realise that it stands for non-educated delinquent? That isn't a very nice way to describe young people either, is it?
It stated the term was an acronym meaning non-educated delinquent, a categorisation that was degrading and hurtful.
Neds stands for Non-Educated Delinquents making up the teen gangs that wreak havoc in the poorer neighborhoods of the outskirts of Glasgow.
Bosses are worried the New Zealand winery producing the drink could lose sales because of the association with the kind of "non-educated delinquents" who would never do a weekly shop in Waitrose.
It's full and on for almost stracting, efly to utter th your a comedy ut friendship ma about NEDS (18) CAST: Conor McCarron, Peter Mullan, Joe Szula, Gregg Forrest PLOT: The title stands for Non-Educated Delinquents, a non-PC term which signals the film is set in the 1970s, when teachers smoked in the classroom and disciplined pupils with the belt.
In Neds, Mullan's fleeting appearances as an alcoholic, abusive dad help to nail the picture as an edge-of-seat '70s retrospective about ''non-educated delinquents''.
This sets up expectations of another study of young victims of a cruel system a la "The Magdalene Sisters," but what's so effective and ultimately so upsetting about "Neds" (short for "Non-Educated Delinquents") is that John (played as an older boy by Conor McCarron for the bulk of the film) resists victimization, and opts for a more unexpected means of surviving this jungle.
NEDS - short for non-educated delinquents - follows an intelligent boy struggling with gang warfare, an alcoholic father and class barriers.
One of his character's many obstacles includes the strong influence of local gangs - especially those of the Neds (Non-Educated Delinquents).
The movie Neds is all about them, the non-educated delinquents whose lives are destroyed in and by the dark world they populate.