That may prove to be a step forward -- but today, it rings hollow
Waterford TD Butler said: "The national reduction in home help hours of just over 50,000 demonstrates that Health Minister Simon Harris' promises and commitments to older people rings hollow
The Cabinet member's claim that the views of users and residents were carefully considered rings hollow
But his whingeing and wheedling over who was behind the war crime which brought down flight MH17 rings hollow
The insurgency can no longer use the justification that it is fighting foreign occupiers -- that message rings hollow
," said U.
If Mr Abbott does not give this guarantee, his high rhetoric on Indigenous affairs rings hollow
The insurgents' claim to avoid killing civilians again rings hollow
as they continue their ruthless IED campaign," said Brig.
Alas, aside from the plot strand involving Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer, Marshall''s film rings hollow
David Cameron's aloof promise of a referendum on EU membership rings hollow
when he says he had to keep his promise to look after the world's poor.
The chancellor's promise on Sure Start rings hollow
There are some who think UKA's opposition to Chambers being allowed to take part rings hollow
as they have not taken the same stance against Carl Myerscough, who has also served a drugs ban.
Bush's bullhorn speech atop ground zero's remains, but Stone knows that with turmoil in Afghanistan, Iraq and much of the Middle East, the presidential bravado rings hollow
Your Gemini cartoon about MPs needing a real job in this country, rather than representing their constituents in Parliament rings hollow
- if only.
I saw plenty of posters urging schoolchildren to help make Liverpool sparkle with clean-up campaigns but this message from adults rings hollow
, as it seems to be adults who are making the mess in the first place.
The case that agriculture feeds the world rings hollow
to people detached from the way produce arrives on grocery store shelves.