to be loaded in favour of sb être favorable à qn
→ The press is loaded in favour of this present government.
→ As somebody who has been the main prosecution witness in a criminal trial, I found the criminal justice system loaded in favour of the defendant.
→ while admitting Celtic merited victory, he felt the odds were loaded against his team.
to be loaded against sb être défavorable à qn
→ They say the family law system is loaded against men
→ The first-past-the-post system is so loaded against the Lib Dems
→ The article was heavily loaded against him.