If ever a pine marten had jumped upon a gravy train
this was it.
He took us into a war by whoring for Bush now he can whore himself as EUSSR president, His real "worry" of course is surely that one of his many gravy trains
could be hitting the buffers and fall of the track.
But smaller cities that desperately need cash could also climb on board the gravy train
The Gravy Train
is the story of Philip Bushill-Matthews's journey to Brussels on a PR wagon-lit.
Beating up on the much-maligned Hokkaido Development Agency (later consolidated into the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) though, while perhaps soothing to the soul, now serves little practical purpose: Prime Minister Koizumi has already announced the central government can't afford to keep the gravy train
going, and in line with a nationwide decentralization reform, has ordered Hokkaido to start thinking for itself.
The experience gave him a keen understanding of how the majority of that region's residents were kept off the digital gravy train
FRAN BERRY took his tally for the season to 21 when producing the Ger O'Leary-trained Gravy Train
with a well-timed challenge to pip top-weight Still Going On by a neck in the claimer.
I went to grad school, a move that both ended my ride on the industry gravy train
and robbed me of disposable income for a number of years.
Tryton is gathering steam for a gravy train
with a new range of ready made chilled gravies under the Aunt Bessie's brand.
One of the reasons for this unexpected ease is the extent to which this vast, itinerant gravy train
we call the Olympics remains, despite its dramatic earthly impact, an event defined by and for television.
It was Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu who recently raised the issue on behalf of the 'disadvantaged' and ordinary South Africans when he stressed: "Someone observed that they stopped the gravy train
only long enough to get on.
The voice of the wealthy have spoken To me that is no surprise They want to keep the gravy train
All aboard are the political elite So while they ride first class You can make do with your feet But feet is just what you need Your eyes your brain, and your hands Get out and vote for Britain Ignore this political band William Allen Tile Hill Coventry
I am sickened - along with many other Mirror readers, no doubt - by the parliamentary gravy train
as highlighted by your reports this week on ex-Coalition ministers earning massive salaries in industries they once regulated.
Get off EU gravy train
ONCE again the present government tell us that they intend to savage the poor and under privileged by slashing billions from welfare benefits.
Previous scandals have taught them nothing and the gravy train