WITH regards to Messrs E McVey (Con), B Williams (Lab) and P Keaveney (Lib Dem) and their attempts to gain the moral high ground
with regards to Post Office Closures, can I point them in the direction of European Directives 97/67/EC and 2002/39/EC which is the European Union led legislation passed by their own rep re - sen tatives at Westminster that has brought about these closures.
Unfortunately, he rather abandoned the moral high ground
with a strong-arm tackle off the ball.
That our ally, Israel, is the only democracy in a region of dictatorships provides us an unquestionable moral high ground
But if Councillor Robin Stirling is one of Jim's hopes of seizing the moral high ground
from the DUP then he's sunk.
It's not often that a man who runs fast food chain McDonald's can take a moral high ground
YOU have to laugh at Rangers chief executive Martin Bain leading the charge for the moral high ground
ROBIN Cook was careful to command the moral high ground
when he resigned from the Government over the invasion of Iraq.
Therefore I believe hunters hold the moral high ground
They said they all woke up and decided to take the moral high ground
and go elsewhere.
As for David Cameron seeking the moral high ground
, he hasn't a leg to stand on.
The Scottish Government must take the moral high ground
on this issue and allow the workers the compensation they deserve.
the entire crowd at Wimbers - by saying he'd support anyone but them in the World Cup he regained the moral high ground
by asking for his match yesterday to be held until after the clash with Portugal.
A meaty contribution to the NSPCC might help C4 climb up to the real moral high ground
on this one.
Meanwhile, the Valley VOTE folks have refused to surrender the moral high ground
without a fight and have gathered community activists who can testify as to the existence of needy folks in the Valley starved for funds by the centurions in City Hall.
As a club we have the moral high ground
on this one.