• Sycophancy is said to be the party's reigning passion, diktat its chief means of making decisions.

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  • It is a channel whose evening news bulletins exude pro-government sycophancy.

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  • Partly because the press feels guilty at the moment: aware that it hounded John Major and his government, ashamed of its initial sycophancy towards Mr Blair.

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  • You will never be Jesse Helms—the American system is different—but good committee work performed with the appropriate mixture of independence and sycophancy can still impress the whips.

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  • Yes my friends we are discussing the modern Republican Party, we are talking about the cult of plutocratic sycophancy, which with each election moves further and further towards the racist, tribalist war mongering lunatic fringe and political oblivion.

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  • More troubling, sycophancy to the Gandhi dynasty dictates that no young figure can outshine the bashful 42-year-old heir apparent, Rahul Gandhi, who had largely been absent from high-profile politics since a thumping defeat in important state polls in Uttar Pradesh in March.

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  • Are interviewees rewarded for sycophancy?

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