This country had riots on the streets because of those proposals; well many will rue the day that
the poll tax was shelved.
ANYONE else rue the day that
Barclays closed its two branches in Liverpool city centre, in favour of a superbank in Lord Street?
I think this would be the end of the 'universal service' and I rue the day that
I, for one, would rue the day that
it is allowed and the control of nature's natural attrition being put into the hands of self-promoting boffins.
Bush and Republicans will rue the day that
they tried to enshrine in our celebrated Constitution -- a document admired world-wide for its guarantee and protection of fundamental individual rights -- an amendment that at its core is based in intolerance and divisiveness.
We shall perhaps rue the day that
two Aussies were put in charge of our Olympic preparations.
Prescott is the heart of the Labour Party, and the Downing Street snobs will rue the day that
they forget it.
The likes of Barcelona and Madrid must rue the day that
they put a stadiumcomplex in the midst of their communities.