He would have found me an apartment himself, and lent me furniture -- did I really mean that I had gone to the expense of
It's always disappointing when a meeting has to be abandoned for all concerned, particularly when it's abandoned at the last minute or during the meeting when you have gone to the expense of
sending people and horses there, particularly to somewhere like Ayr, which is out on a limb.
In desperation, the government has gone to the expense of
paying a private property company to buy up homes to use as hostels.
"Processors and retailers who have been rushing to re-design labels and packaging now have to put that on hold again, even though they've already gone to the expense of
starting the process."
"We would rather not have gone to the expense of
a public inquiry but the process will give us the comfort of having our process inspected in public and we expect that process to be shown as robust."
About a quarter have gone to the expense of
installing security cameras.
"We wouldn't have gone to the expense of
providing another water if there hadn't been a demand for it," said the fishery boss.
When Channel 4 has gone to the expense of
having cameras, commentators etc at Newmarket and Redcar, wouldn't it have been preferable to have pursued a similar approach rather than upsetting viewers, race sponsors, the two racecourse managements, the Tote and the bookmakers?