If EU nations want "more Europe" then that's up to them but it goes against the tide
of sympathy in the UK.
"It also goes against the tide
. At the moment, there's a lot of lawyers chasing around songs and melodies.
Much of what we are doing goes against the tide
of what others are doing.
This Jordanian blogger gives a refreshing view that goes against the tide
. Although there is no denying it's beauty, Lebanon is not necessarily the heaven on earth it is made out to be.
Mikati has international weight, and he cannot form a government and a political leadership that goes against the tide
in the Arab world today, where the winds of freedom, justice and dignity have begun to blow.
Summary: Rabat - Algeria goes against the tide
of building the Arab Maghreb Union through its hostile stances towards Morocco which fuel the artificial conflict over the Moroccanness of the Sahara, said Tuesday several members of the House of Advisors.
Even though his style goes against the tide
of bright colors and flashy pictures often found in children's books, his appeal has endured.