"I'm 'fraid not
, Mas'r," said Tom, with a grave face.
On Connor: Bugatchi sailboat-print shirt and Johnnie-O "Derby" shorts, Island Pursuit; Sanuk "Fraid Not
" sandals, Flip Flop Shop.
Our editor studied the tales of the tape before publication and asked: "Combined, have they lost the equivalent of an elephant?" "'Fraid not
," cautioned our health correspondent, studying her laptop.
His loyal sidekick William Hague, the British Foreign Secretary (also known as "Tonto"), asks the Egyptian authorities politely to refrain from violence because "now is the time for dialogue, not confrontation." 'Fraid not
. Now is the time for murder, and foreign democrats are holding the murderer's coat.
: I quickly gained a reputation among the merry band of arts writers as the token Luddite.
Dave King, co-ordinator of Luddite 200 said: "We are glad that this exhibition of machine breaking has finally taken place, but wish that the people of Huddersfield could have had the opportunity to see it.'' Ian Brooke from the 'Fraid Not
Society' said: "The commemoration of the bicentenary of the Luddite rising would not have been complete without the smashing of at least one machine.'' Luddite 200 was set up both to commemorate the bicentenary of Luddism and to generate debate about the impact of science and technology, such as genetic engineering, in the 21st Century.
"You know: 'Jowly British journalist interviews long-suffering London landlord about expenses-fiddling MPs he serves'?" "No, 'fraid not
," said my producer.
"Are you from here?" "Fraid not
," he grinned, "I'm from the next street."
. The second oldest club in Lancashire was established in January 1877 by Dr Lister, Dr Watkins and the Rev H Siddall among others and is the Haydock Park Golf Club.
, although bagsy the wetsuit if it ever comes to that," she says.
ANSWER: Fraid not
. But you can have a good time trying.
Can you make the 6am strategy meeting?" Colin: "'Fraid not
, friends: you see, by the time we assemble to shed a tartan tear for the Flower o' Scotland Berwick-upon-Tweed, currently at the top end of England, might well find itself as the parson's nose of Scotland.
, it is an ancient sword, found at Bamburgh 50 years ago and made an astonishing 1,400 years ago and it's finally returned to Bamburgh ( so there!
- he's a scuba diver and it may have got in the way.