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DJ Radford Barry politicians invests except I find this to be a real kick in the teeth for the people of Cardiff DJ Radford
He added these plans would be "a kick in the teeth to many of my constituents, many of whom are in work but on low pay so tax credits are essential to make ends meet."
"This decision is a kick in the teeth for the prison staff and management who have successfully merged two prisons into one," MP Sir Alan Beith said.
The US government's decision to support a plan allowing American Airlines (AA) and British Airways (BA) to join forces is "a kick in the teeth" for consumers, Virgin Atlantic boss Sir Richard Branson has said.
TEESSIDE Young Labour has described the freezing of the National Minimum Wage for under-21s as a kick in the teeth for young people.
The former Newcastle No 9 told the Chronicle: "I think it's a kick in the teeth for the fans.
"Sometimes you need a kick in the teeth to get going and it was a big kick in the teeth, as everybody knows, and we were eager to bounce back."
GLENTORAN boss Alan McDonald has described Saturday's 3-0 defeat to Crusaders as a "major kick in the teeth" for the Oval club's title aspirations this season.
'This is not a season-breaker, it's a kick in the teeth.
CHELSEA winger Damien Duff has described the Blues' transfer swoop for Arjen Robben as "a kick in the teeth".
These season ticket rises are yet another kick in the teeth for the fans - they are exorbitant.
Last night, the deputy leader of Birmingham City Council, Paul Tilsley, described the decision as "appalling" and a "real kick in the teeth".