When Chronic Crisis had superimposed on it an acute crisis such as the present situation, one might have thought that the Government would bend such talents as they possess and such energies as yet remain to them towards reducing the number of cars on the road, so that, at least, we should get a long-term benefit from it.
Because of the overall strategy of the GLC, in the context of the clause, and because of the policy of council house sales and the sale of land in which this staff will be engaged, a Chronic Crisis has broken out in my constituency.
These include the ever increasing cost to consumers, the region's Chronic Crisis over supply, the construction of the new pipeline from Hawes water, the deterioration of the Victorian sewerage system and the serious pollution around our coast"— that is the coast of Cumbria.
These include the ever increasing cost to consumers, the region's Chronic Crisis over supply, the construction of the new pipeline from Hawes water, the deterioration of the Victorian sewerage system and the serious pollution around our coast" - that is the coast of Cumbria.
Chronic care is in Chronic Crisis.
Overall, not least as a result of that torrent of legislation, the criminal justice processes in this country are now in Chronic Crisis, with rising costs, increasing delay and plummeting public satisfaction.
It is clear from the evidence that our current fishing policy is tantamount to a culture of Chronic Crisis.
The creation of a new Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs does not, of itself, begin to deal with the Chronic Crisis facing our countryside.
I welcome the Prime Minister's visit and the Government's commitment to Africa, but Africa's Chronic Crisis will not be solved by one man on one visit.
That is what I may call a Chronic Crisis: one that persists from year to year below the radar of social concern; below the level that attracts the "shock, horror" headlines - which is what it seems to take to promote action.
How does my right hon. Friend respond to the remarks made by Commander John Muxworthy, the chief executive of the United Kingdom National Defence Association, that the Ministry of Defence would be "heaving a sigh of relief" if no more troops were required in Kosovo, because the British armed forces are in Chronic Crisis?
However, I know that half of all 17 and 18-year-old full-time students are eligible for the EMA, and I am aware of the Chronic Crisis and pressure on educational budgets-the desperate desire to deliver the outcomes that we have struggled to provide from our system.