It will establish how the nation will contend with the vexed question of hired-in labour to replace the efforts of locals.
The south will be looking for movement on the vexed issue of the separated families, even if that only extends to the provision of enhanced communications.
Part of the attraction for journalists, Walsh suggests, is that the drama broaches the vexed issue of the way in which news is compartmentalised.
Retyping the name and checking the spelling, Velsen got frustrated and was quite vexed at the computer.
With that Cheni sighed in frustration, vexed at having him not be able to understand him.
Public loos have been a vexed issue in the town for some time and council has been grappling with plans to build new public toilets in the caravan park, but that's hit a snag.
She was starting to feel a bit vexed and it displeased her greatly.
The management of irony and sincerity - their proper apportioning, their containment and release - is the vexed issue of this novel, as of so many contemporary works.
The themes that underlie this vexed issue in France are as evident here: this is the latest chapter in a long and troubled history of how liberalism interacts with religion in Europe.
Sources expect there is little chance of agreement between the two sides on the vexed issue of overtime, expected to hit 64 million this year.