And Bang the Drum
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"Warwickshire's MPs will bang the drum
loudly to convince our colleagues who speak for other councils that those councils must reach an agreement about the distribution of their funding which helps children in our area."
Speaking during a visit to Bristol, which is also holding a referendum, Mr Cameron said: "Whenever I go on a major trip abroad I load up a plane with businesspeople so we can bang the drum
She says that part of her job will be to "bang the drum
" for the town's history and heritage.
And only last week, the then Digby Jones was telling all who would listen that he would be "banging the drum for Brum" only for us to find him stating this week that he "intends to bang the drum
Now though Ed Balls ( one of Mr Brown's most trusted allies ( has signalled an about-turn on the issue under a future Brown leadership, saying it was right to "bang the drum
for the region".
As one of the Government's campaigners-in-chief for elected mayors he has been touring major cities to push the May referendum and bang the drum
for a yes vote.
Firstly I would highlight that the basis of my original letter "Praise where Praise is Due" was that the more people who "bang the drum
for Brum" the better, not one based on decrying the appointment of Lord (Digby) Jones.
CANNOCK Chase MP Aidan Burley has pledged to bang the drum
for Midland business transport needs after being appointed Parliamentary Private Secretary to Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Transport.