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1. He was accused of political scaremongering.
2. The Government yesterday accused Greenpeace of scaremongering.
3. The Tories reply with accusations of scaremongering.
4. This I believe stems largely from scaremongering and misleading information given to the industry from various sources.
5. Without scaremongering, we fear very much for the needs of bus passengers.
6. Union leaders accused the principal of scaremongering in an attempt to wreck today's strike.
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7. It is not scaremongering or playing the numbers game to recognise and respond to changes on that scale.
8. She always likes scaremongering.
9. We hear scaremongering that a minimum wage will destroy jobs.
10. Gone are Tory promises of across-the-board tax cuts or scaremongering about Labour's tax bombshells.
11. They had not been given details of the legislation and so were unable to counter opposition scaremongering.
12. To that end it employed a mixture of bribery, smear and downright deceit, climaxing in a crescendo of scaremongering hysteria.
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