"If money doesn't come in, you have got to cut your cloth
READING Mayor Anderson's letter (Answer for Maeve, ECHO letters, April 4), the Mayor explains his spending, saying you have to cut your cloth
accordingly, but the concern a lot of people have is that he is trying to cut a suit for Cyril Smith when he only has enough for Norman Wisdom.
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McCarthy said: "With Dave, his record has been excellent but like everyone else, you have to cut your cloth
I call on all politicians cut your cloth
to suit the times.
The advice of "Cut your cloth
according to the width" and "Never a lender or a borrower be" are useful to follow.
You cut your cloth
accordingly, That's something you'd often say, I didn't understand what you meant, Until the day you passed away.
"If you don't have someone there to pump the money in you have to cut your cloth
accordingly, but it's very difficult these days to get everything right."
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ACCORDINGLY "This is absolutely vital," says Paul Blake.
"You have to cut your cloth
accordingly and get what you are given.
"You've got to cut your cloth
accordingly and if that means giving up your own little luxuries then that is what you do."
Thompson stormed: "You have to cut your cloth
accordingly, but I think we've probably got the lowest wage bill in the division.
McGhee said: "You have to cut your cloth
according when there is not much money to spend, but I feel Mixu represents good value for money."
You have to cut your cloth
according to your means," he added.