So, whilst I have seethed inwardly over cut after cut (after cut), the people concerned have quietly filed onto the van taking them to the knacker's yard
The weather was dreich and cold, the hoops - the 40 per cent rule - proved insurmountable, the referendum bombed, the government fell (helped to the knacker's yard
by a crazy decision by the SNP to back Mrs Thatcher in the subsequent vote of confidence) and a long, dark night descended on Scotland.
Even if it didn't win it would do better than the knacker's yard
candidates usually backed by your truly.
A fine career suddenly in the knacker's yard
after hitting the buffers.
I'VE been in favour of a winter break for years on the grounds that come April those players who have managed to stay fit all season begin to resemble carthorses in need of the knacker's yard
It looks like the horse may be bolting towards Brum; but if we have anything to do with it, the plans will end up in the knacker's yard
They're clueless as to what the majority of the electorate thinks, wants or needs and they still don't understand that Britain is fast hurtling towards the knacker's yard
and that if we don't find a way out of the financial crisis - we're finished.
Our domestic Parliament, as presently constituted, deserves to go to the knacker's yard
Soon two of them would be shot through the head and dragged off to the knacker's yard
WELL done to racing trainer Tim Vaughan and all who acted to save the nine-year-old thoroughbred gelding Corran Ard from slaughter in France ("Racehorse saved from knacker's yard
after ad spotted," June 30).
RONALDO to Real Madrid, Tevez to Manchester City, Scholes to the knacker's yard
By the time you get home the only thing you're good for is the knacker's yard
We do not want to see a thoroughbred turning into a carthorse hobbling to the knacker's yard
In my experience, it just means you're dead-beat, ready for the knacker's yard
like a clapped-out nag.
BARRY WILSON is desperate to show he is not yet ready for the SPL knacker's yard