As the grandstands began to rumble, a gap miraculously opened along the rail and Kinane needed no second asking to grasp the nettle
We need a new government who will grasp the nettle
and hard, but fair, decisions.
All concerned must grasp the nettle
, unthinkable as it may be, otherwise the game on both sides is a dead duck.
It has taken Britain's first Muslim MP to grasp the nettle
We urge] government to grasp the nettle
of roads policy and invest more of this income in the country's infrastructure.
Politicians from all political parties have got to grasp the nettle
and accept that an underfunded and understaffed health service will continue to result in life-saving drugs and treatment not always being provided at the time of need.
They must surely be linked to the evidenced failure of corporate governance on a grand scale - governance that has failed to grasp the nettle
over many years and which has relegated our second city to fourth division for children's services.
The Government must grasp the nettle
and make a quick decision on UK airport capacity following on from the Airports Commission recommendations which will be released later this year.
Any money borrowed from the Housebuilding Infrastructure Loans Fund will have to be paid back within five years Jonathan Fair, chief executive of Homes for Scotland, said: "This announcement demonstrates the Scottish government are prepared to grasp the nettle
in terms of the barriers to development.
They become the defining face of their time and change the way the world works, seizing a moment of crisis to grasp the nettle
Might we one day actually admit that enough is enough and grasp the nettle
so that our children might respect us for finally standing up for ourselves?
THE City is in danger of another crisis because policymakers have failed to grasp the nettle
of reform, a leading think tank said today.
If agriculture and horticulture is to have a future then the National Farmers Union needs to grasp the nettle
The final four in these years was generally composed of the best players in draw and it would seem that in these situations one or other of the players tends to grasp the nettle
and produce a decisive performance.
The Taoiseach's inability to grasp the nettle
does nothing to get the public interested in the political process.