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- The abortion issue has opened up the historically divisive issue to wider debate.
- Abortion has always been a very polarising, divisive issue that is irreconcilable.
- The Trade Ministers will attempt to build bridges in the divisive but linchpin issue of farm trade.
- On such a divisive issue, the candidates owe it to the military to tell us where they stand.
- It is therefore no surprise that the party always looks for divisive issues.
- As we've seen lately in campus politics, some issues can be ideologically divisive.
- Their similarities override their differences, and yet in these towns race has become a divisive issue.
- Now they're at it again, casting around for a racially or socially divisive issue.
- It is the most divisive issue in British politics and has been for over a decade.
- The bottom line is that the IFA is content to avoid what it considers to be a divisive issue.
- They are difficult, divisive issues, but they can not be avoided any longer.
- The debate over climate change is certain to become the most divisive issue at the Gleneagles summit.
- For at its heart this election has highlighted the thorny, divisive issue of what that flag stands for.
- It was an important declaration of principle on one of the most divisive political issues of the day.
- The success of the EU has been its ability to find cohesion on even the most divisive of issues.
- Race is a very divisive issue and if they managed to get a seat it would be very bad news for everyone in the area.
- So few words yet they have led to one of the most divisive issues in our country.
- She said she would listen to the people in order to achieve a consensus on the potentially divisive issue.
- That avenue would be open, that divisive issue would be out there for years to come, and it would not be fixed.
- During the talks held earlier this year, the time frames were among the most divisive issues.