We can't turn the clock back
but nor must we turn our backs when a human tragedy is unfolding off the shores of Europe.
Are we really going to be the ones to turn the clock back
If you are reading this and are either ex Electrical Branch or you know somebody who is, help me to turn the clock back
If you are either ex Electrical Branch or you know someone who is, help me to turn the clock back
The HMS Collingwood Association is looking for those who either loved or loathed the place to turn the clock back
and join us on our next visit.
Scotland is far too important to turn the clock back
LEON PRYCE will turn the clock back
six years when he embarks on his new career in France after being handed the number three jersey by Catalan Dragons.
We want a Government with the guts to turn the clock back
to the 1930s and 40s when the punishment fitted the crime.
And the Blues boss said that if he could turn the clock back
then Phillips would probably have played more this season.
We don't want to turn the clock back
to the days when you had two cleaners doing the same job, but getting different pay.
A rise in protectionism could turn the clock back
a long way.
If I could turn the clock back
I would have been a striker, out there running around and giving goalkeepers a hard time.
They fear she will attempt to turn the clock back
on affirmative action and laws against age discrimination, housing discrimination, and corporate abuse.
I might not agree with everything that Stan Clarke has done, but turn the clock back
ten years and the transformation he has made with this place is absolutely remarkable.
Les and Joe are a couple of old Vals who didn't know each other, but hooked up one day to turn the clock back
to Halloween past for any kid in the Valley who wanted to see what it was like.