But I apologised for it.
He also apologised in a separate email to all members of the consulting team.
“The Scottish government realised it had made a mistake, apologised and promised to put it right.
While he apologised for the injustices perpetrated under apartheid, he still believed in its premise.
She apologised, and no action was taken against her.
We have apologised to both Marsha de Cordova and Bell Ribeiro-Addy this morning.”
"Apparently, it's the first time they've ever apologised for anything ever," said the 79-year-old.
Ten years and a report into institutional abuse later, his successor, Brian Cowen, apologised again.
A spokesperson for the Official Charts Company apologised for not identifying it as a compilation sooner.
Serco said it had apologised and would review its processes “to make sure that this does not happen again”.
Ms Omar has apologised for hers; Mr Trump has never apologised for his own statements and advertisements tinged with anti-Semitism.
Spokesperson Salvador Panelo apologised for “unintentional inconvenience suffered by our athlete guests” and said Duterte “will not offer any excuses”.
Elizabeth Warren has apologised for identifying as Native American, while Pete Buttigieg has apologised for his use of the phrase "all lives matter".
South Africa's president F.W. de Klerk apologised for apartheid in 1992; Nelson Mandela then apologised for atrocities committed by the African National Congress.
A Conservative MP and former health minister has apologised for breaking ministerial rules when he took paid work from a company that was trying to sell personal protective equipment (PPE) to the National Health Service, following an investigation by Insider.
On Saturday, Alex Hynes, the managing director of ScotRail Alliance - a partnership between Abellio ScotRail and Network Rail - apologised to rail users, saying: "We are very sorry to ScotRail customers for our unacceptable service in parts of the country recently.
In June following the George Floyd killing, Wintour apologised to black creatives for the lack of representation at the magazine, writing: “Vogue has not found enough ways to elevate and give space to black editors, writers, photographers, designers and other creators.”
In a joint statement on Wednesday, Belfast City Council chief executive Suzanne Wylie and senior officer Nigel Grimshaw said they recognised that events at Roselawn were "unacceptable" and they apologised to the other families affected "wholeheartedly and unreservedly".
Debating their predicament in an anteroom, deputy Cabinet spokesman Shinzo Abe - who would become Japan's longest-serving prime minister - urged Koizumi not to sign the declaration committing to normalisation talks unless Pyongyang formally apologised for the kidnappings.
According to the Australian Financial Review, which says it heard a recording of a Rio Tinto staff meeting held last Wednesday, Salisbury described the events leading up to the detonation of the site, then said: “That’s why we haven’t apologised for the event itself, per se, but apologised for the distress the event caused.”
- defend, explain, clear away, or make excuses for by reasoning
- acknowledge faults or shortcomings or failing
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According to the Australian Financial Review which says it heard a recording of a Rio Tinto staff meeting held last Wednesday Salisbury described the events leading up to the detonation of the site then said Thats why we havent apologised for the event itself per se but apologised for the distress the event caused