"I waited until they released a statement to see exactly why I have been released but having read it I am none the wiser
I am none the wiser
, but I'm not sure they are either."
Until that happens I am none the wiser
at the minute.
Frankly, I am none the wiser
either way: when you're stuck, you're stuck, and no amount of intellectual deconstruction will help fill a blank sheet of paper and ease an even blanker mind.
I HAVE looked through all of Mike Ashley's comments over the last couple of days regarding his ownership of Newcastle United - and I am none the wiser
about his motivation now as I was before I read them.
As part of my job I have read - and written - numerous articles about the forthcoming EU referendum yet if you were to ask what result is best for me and the UK , to leave or go, I am none the wiser
A letter from the group to her says: "After reading what you sent us and the press reports online, I am none the wiser
as to how someone can be convicted of murdering a person who appears to have died of natural causes, even if she confesses to it."
He said: "I haven't spoken to the disciplinary department, or heard from them, so I am none the wiser
I've been writing about it for seven years now and am none the wiser
. The town still looks run down because of it in spite of all the money spent on the quay.
I am none the wiser
- but I am dying to drop it into conversation down at the Crazy HP.
Having read and re-read the intricacies of a row that may or may not be threatening Cardiff's future, I am none the wiser
When he's finished what sounds like a series of throat- clearing exercises I am none the wiser
. Luckily a translator is at hand.
I have been looking at this year's race since Thursday and to be quite honest I am none the wiser
. This is the most difficult National I have ever tried to solve.
However, so widely varied is Smith's approach to music that I am none the wiser
! Will the title-track, a dark, brooding and intensely atmospheric piece on bass- clarinet typify the session or the wild and raucous playing on tenor and soprano saxophones of other tracks on this impressive CD?
After a night out I am none the wiser
about any of my mates, excepting for the `Favourite Peanut' revelation.