Developers from other teams in the BBC often have a shocked look on their face when I tell them we actively use the !important keyword in our CSS. We have over 700 !important`s in our CSS and it has not caused us a single problem in two years and only benefited us.
CSS at BBC Sport (Part 1)
Shaun Bent

True, there is nothing wrong with appending !important when this property is not supposed to be overwritten, but offten people reject your pull request because of it.

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