Starting with a bare-faced lie
, host Mark Dolan told intellectual giant Gemma Collins: "You look amazing.
It was a bare-faced lie
that he had separated from her and that her earnings were to be disregarded.
Descriptions are handy," he adds as a bare-faced lie
, before tentatively pushing for more.
Ten years ago millions of people demonstrated against war on Iraq, a war based on a bare-faced lie
McDonald told a bare-faced lie
to his match observer then eventually told the truth 48 hours later, only to see his superiors attempt to perpetuate the lie instead.
But between the covers even a first-time reader would immediately realize that this book of poetry (the author's thirteenth) is neither bare of verbal devices nor utterly devious, "a bare-faced lie
The basic fact is the government told a bare-faced lie
, and what is C Tomkinson's answer?
Do I tell the truth and get 20 minutes on what's wrong with newspapers, or do I tell a bare-faced lie
and say I'm a quantity surveyor?
But standing up and telling a bare-faced lie
in court is more than Tina can take, as she has considerably more morals than David.
The most bare-faced lie
of this duplicitous government is that "we're all in this together".
George Osborne's claim that pounds 113billion of cuts are "unavoidable" is a bare-faced lie
But then I suppose if someone tells you a bare-faced lie
to your face, how would you know?
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is quite simply a bare-faced lie
I have an ability to change colour to suit my situation because the one time I never blush is when I am telling a bare-faced lie
Instead of entering a plea when asked to by magistrate Dr Pauline Tremlett, he stormed: "This is a bare-faced lie