Currently, there are at least 15 brands in Egypt, all of which are doing their best to obtain a larger slice of the cake
, especially with 4G services in full swing.
THE leaders of the main political parties scuttle north to promise the Scots greater autonomy and an ever bigger slice of the cake
THE owner of Patisserie Valerie has been valued at more than PS170m after a slice of the cake
shop business was offered to investors.
Deborah, who has admitted to not having cooked a meal for herself in 28 years, invested the sum in return for a 25% slice of the cake
5 To serve, cut out a slice of the cake
, place chocolate hazelnut ice cream and a few berries on the side.
As Phil Dryden said, SSI has invested around pounds 1bn in the project, but to get such a substantial slice of the cake
from the Government is a huge vote of confidence.
People enjoying a slice of the cake
even do so for a good cause as the money for their slice goes to charity.
In their pursuit of PR the Liberal Democrats are concerned only with the fortunes of their own party and if they cannot have the largest slice of the cake
they are quite prepared to deny it to others.
Whenever you see a trade done at 1,000, you often think of the circumstances and wonder how you could have had a slice of the cake
, but in this particular case, only the most optimistic punter could have sided with Noel-Fehily's mount two fences from the finish.
Auctioneer Nathan Winter said: "To my knowledge this is the highest price for any slice of the cake
sold at auction.
Torres' party seemed to be getting through plate after plate of seafood, but they still found room for a slice of the cake
which had been made specially for the birthday boy.
In the West Midlands we do not want mere crumbs - we demand a proper slice of the cake
The moaning brigade which accuses Cardiff of getting too big a slice of the cake
are at it again.
WHEN it comes to prestige projects like the National Stadium, London is quick to demand the biggest slice of the cake