IF you've been the victim of a dodgy deal
or just want advice, email Quentin at willson@sundaymirror.
But supporters of Mr Cameron have moaned he's got an Arthur Daley-style dodgy deal
It echoes a classic episode of Only Fools and Horses when Del and Boycie lose out in a dodgy deal
to buy gold chains after the seller fakes a heart attack in a restaurant and scarpers with the loot.
He discovers Tessa had unearthed a dodgy deal
between a drugs company, the Kenyan health authorities and British politicians where illegal medicines are being tested on the country's Aids victims.
The gangster bookie's luck finally runs out when he gets tangled up in a dodgy deal
with EastEnders villain Johnny Allen (Billy Murray).
If you've been victim of a dodgy deal
or just want advice, email me at willson@sundaymirror.
IF IT'S true that Tony Blair has done a dodgy deal
with Gordon Brown to hand over his job after the next election in exchange for Brown's backing for entry into the Euro, what does that make Gordon Brown?
Doing a dodgy deal
with the Lib Dems and handing out ministerial posts was the easy bit for Mr Cameron.
And it follows the same formula as the film - four amateur villains get up to their necks in trouble when a dodgy deal
gets even dodgier.
Let him try for a dodgy deal
with money-grabbing Ulster Unionists.
Stitching up a dodgy deal
in the early hours isn't the way to reach sensible conclusions.
All the facts point to a dodgy deal
between Mr Cameron's Tory mob and media mogul Rupert Murdoch, gift-wrapping and tying a bow to Britain's most lucrative TV company in return for political patronage.
Mr Tully, who works as an engineer, said Deputy Flynn was not to blame for the dodgy deal
In one meeting with our investigators the loadsamoney loudmouth openly flashed wads of notes in a bid to clinch another dodgy deal
The notorious Celeb Big Brother contestant tweeted her dodgy deal
while watching the cards being exposed on Panorama.