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the buck stops with (one)

The ultimate responsibility is one's. You'll need to talk to Jed. The bucks stops with him around here.
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Coyle branded the way County crashed three goals down in a quickfire first-half Dons blitz as "unacceptable" and insisted the buck stops with him.
Koyoo said Kenyans should be told about Uhuru, not UhuRuto, because the buck stops with him.
The buck stops with the Transport ministry and NTSA to tame this national disaster.
It isn't for Grant Shapps, who has resigned as a government minister, to rule the buck stops with him.
New Delhi, June 10 ( ANI ): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said that the Prime Minister of the country must have the power to overrule others as the buck stops with him, and added that he should act tough in cases of corruption.
The buck stops with me and I'm going to do something about it.
It may be convenient for Cllr Pritchard to wish that he wasn''''t part of the previous administration but part of it he was, and the buck stops with him for failure to reach the affordable housing targets year on year.
Barclays PLC Chairman Marcus Agius quit on Monday, saying an interest rate rigging scandal had dealt "a devastating blow" to the bank's reputation and "the buck stops with me.
They were not to blame for the mix-up - the buck stops with those managing the recruitment process.
The minister told a radio programme: "The buck stops with Northern Ireland Water.
Ultimately the buck stops with the government, but it remains to be seen whether any viable change in the justice system will result.
The US President gave a frank assessment of intelligence failings surroundings the alleged attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound passenger plane, adding: "Ultimately, the buck stops with me.
But Russell has described the county's fortunes as "unacceptable" and says the buck stops with the cricket manager.
AS an employer, I always believed two very simple edicts: One, staff reflect the attitude of the boss and two, if staff make a mistake, it is as much the boss's fault for appointing them and/or not training them properly, as it is theirs, so the buck stops with the boss.
He said: "I have to accept that, with all matters, as President Truman said, the buck stops here and the buck stops with me.