Promising recruits who fall foul
of the armed forces' strict drugs rules will be offered the course as an alternative to being sacked.
Nurses risk breaking patient confidentiality but could fall foul
of police if they don't report drugs.
I don't follow it or go on it but if they fall foul
of the rule then it may make then think twice next time.
SMALL firms have been warned that their websites could fall foul
A weekly update on players who fall foul
of officialdom Suspensions apply from Monday, April 19, 2010 LUKE WHITWORTH 1st Bangor 2 STEPHEN YOUNG Albert Foundry 1 ANDREW FORSYTHE Ballyclare Comrades 1 JAMES McLAUGHLIN Ballymena United Reserves 2 JASON GOURLEY Banbridge Rangers 1 BOWERS/RAFFERTY Bloomfield 1 SIMON MELLON Crewe United Youth 2 CHRISTOPHER MORROW Desertmartin 1 LIAM BRADLEY Donegal Celtic 1 THOMAS MATTHEWS Dundonald 6 MCMURRAY/STEWART East Belfast 1 WILLIAM WAIDE Islandmagee 1 SAMMY WALLACE Killyleagh YC 1 CIARAN FOX Lurgan Celtic 1 PAUL PRIGENT Malachians 2 PETER CORR Malachians 1 DARREN MURRAY Newington YC 2 KRISTOPHER HUNTER PSNI 1 STUART HARPER Queen's University 1 ANDREW MOORE Richhill 1 MARK CRAWFORD Wakehurst 2
2bn e-Borders programme will fall foul
of EU rules and should be put on hold before a legal ruling, the Home Affairs Select Committee said.
He said I could fall foul
of a fellow columnist who is waging war on bad grammar and the wrong use of language.
IT SEEMS it's not just actors who fall foul
of the Phantom of the Opera.
BEDDAU'S trip to Tredegar and Cross Keys clash at Llandovery are the latest of tonight's Division One games to fall foul
of the weather.