• They have increasingly suggested, or stated outright, that the war was fought under false pretences.

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  • Immigrants who arrive under false pretences cannot expect a warm welcome.

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  • The suit alleges that Oliviero Toscani, an Italian, and Ken Shulman gained entry to the prison under false pretences, pretending to be journalists to hide the true purpose of the campaign.

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  • Combine that frustration and cynicism with Mr Blair's determination to fight, as they would see it, an unnecessary war on false pretences and it is no wonder that the prime minister's standing with female voters has fallen.

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  • She was deprived of her Dutch citizenship last month, amid claims that she had obtained asylum under false pretences (she admits that she invented some details in order to enter Holland, but denies that she ever concealed this during her political career).

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