Politicians often drag their heels
and it is in their DNA to leave things until the last minute.
So why do the oil companies drag their heels
in the UK when it comes to cutting prices, but not in France?
It is simply inexcusable for authorities to drag their heels
any longer in this tragic case.
go n e This issue is a major bugbear for savers who can miss out on months of interest on their cash as providers drag their heels
to move funds.
The decision handed down by the Supreme Court judge should now give tenants who drag their heels
when it comes to vacating their space once the lease has expired pause for thought.
The current system will be replaced with one which penalises solicitors and barristers who drag their heels
Yet the NHS seems to drag their heels
over treatment for patients that are in dire need of treatment.
For companies that fear that their agents will drag their heels
in communicating with policyholders, remind those agents that demutualization creates a whole new ball game that could lead, for example, to a stock situation in which the company is acquired and initiates new commissions, service or distribution structures to satisfy the new shareholders.
The length of time that it takes to get documents released by the agency sometimes can run into months and even years as officials drag their heels
and FOIA requests get backlogged.
THESE big-hearted Coronation Street stars never drag their heels
when it comes to helping charity.
PEDRO MOUTINHO last night warned Falkirk he'll follow Jack Ross out of the exit door if they continue to drag their heels
over a new contract.
But business leaders warned the committee must not drag their heels
on cutting rates again.