Example sentences of "not go far enough " in BNC.

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31 Conservatives worried about the budget deficit implications of the proposed cut while the many liberals in congress were convinced that the cut did not go far enough .
32 These measures were welcomed , but many felt they did not go far enough .
33 But , they do not go far enough .
34 If the terms of reference you have in mind are not precise , or if they are not explicitly stated , you may not go far enough in your investigations or you may stray outside the limits that your boss or client has in mind .
35 A quite contrary type of criticism of the Devolution Bill came from those who felt it did not go far enough : the existing degree of administrative devolution in Scotland required a genuine , federal assembly even with taxing powers .
36 In these circumstances our concerns are not that community care changes are a step too far , but that they will not go far enough to produce radical change .
37 Kohlberg 's theory is similar to Piaget 's , he said that Piaget did not go far enough .
38 However , it does not go far enough .
39 New clause 33 does not go far enough .
40 The vote against was that of Boris Yeltsin , the central committee 's leading radical , who had argued during the debate that the reforms did not go far enough .
41 On Jan. 31 , 1990 , the Financial Times reported West German officials as saying that the recent trade liberalization moves by the USA did not go far enough .
42 A PDS statement said that Amato 's draft programme did not go far enough towards creating a " government of innovation " and did not give sufficient weight to the elimination of corrupt practices .
43 The package also angered many Hong Kong liberals who argued that the reforms did not go far enough .
44 It concluded that : ‘ Existing procedures do not go far enough .
45 At its July meeting the Council heard some members complain that the proposals did not go far enough and would not lead to greater freedoms for institutions , and heard others wonder if the long-term aim was in fact ‘ complete autonomy ’ .
46 The number of responses opposed to the proposals on the grounds that they did not go far enough towards independence was very small — only a few academic boards of institutions had expressed that view .
47 15 of them , together with Austria , issued a formal objection to the conference 's final statement , claiming that it did not go far enough in setting goals for limiting global warming , or in guaranteeing aid to developing countries .
48 Friends of the Earth , which has been campaigning for a clean-up programme , welcomed the announcement but said it did not go far enough .
49 The 26 environmental groups that make up the Everglades Coalition say the agreement does not go far enough , failing to tackle the problem of how to restore the natural rise and fall of water in the swamps , which has been disrupted by dikes , canals and other human intervention .
50 For those who are mainly literary specialists it may be sufficient ; readers of a journal like this may well feel that this book does not go far enough .
51 He said he was convinced the buses would continue to serve the estate but added the 20mph speed limit may not go far enough .
52 More than a quarter of the islands ' adults have signed a petition calling for a sheriff 's inquiry into the incident , claiming that the Department of Transport 's private marine accident investigation and Lord Donaldson 's general investigation do not go far enough .
53 But this does not go far enough for us and er shortly we will be moving another amendment which will take the council 's budget down to the standard spending assessment and I will speak to that er when I come to move that amendment .
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