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1 The two parties have reached a consensus.
2 He was the first to break the consensus and criticize the proposal.
3 There is a consensus among teachers that children should have a broad understanding of the world.
4 It is difficult to reach a consensus about electoral reform.
5 The consensus amongst the world's scientists is that the world is likely to warm up over the next few decades.
6 Consensus need not be weak, nor need it result in middle-of-the-road policies.
7 The general consensus in the office is that he's useless at his job.
8 She is skilled at achieving consensus on sensitive issues.
9 Consensus politics could easily come back into fashion.
10 Can we reach a consensus on this issue?
11 They have always governed by consensus.
12 There was consensus across the political spectrum.
13 What is the consensus of opinion at the afternoon meeting?
14 The general consensus of opinion is that a high-fat diet is bad for you.
15 Could we reach a consensus on this matter? Let's take a vote.
16 There is broad consensus in the country on this issue.
17 There is a growing consensus of opinion on this issue.
18 There is a broad consensus of opinion about the policies which should be pursued.
19 Failure to arrive at a consensus over the issue raised the spectre of legal action.
20 There now exists a broad political consensus in favour of economic reform.
21 There is a general consensus among teachers about the need for greater security in schools.
22 There seems to be a consensus that the plan should be rejected.
23 The general consensus was that technology was a good thing.
24 Consensus politics places a high value on existing political institutions.
25 No clear consensus exists over the next stage of the scheme.
26 A general consensus on the problem is beginning to emerge.
27 The stock-market scandal is refusing to go away,[www.Sentencedict.com] mainly because there's still no consensus over how it should be dealt with.
28 The EU Council of Finance Ministers failed to reach a consensus on the pace of integration.
29 The question of when the troops should leave would be decided by consensus.
30 The views of the richest householders converged with those of the poorest and created a new consensus.
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