The People's Party has been reduced to rousing its followers to man the barricades
in support of a spurious equality between homosexuality and the natural heterosexual relationship.
When an industry is besieged, it is necessary for all to discard parochial concerns and man the barricades
Given their experience in Europe, where they had a justifiable fear of mass protest movements (which were often directed at them), nineteenth-century Jews were reluctant to man the barricades
Stephen Gleeson Had to man the barricades
without Davis during second half last week.
Ministers are all too keen to man the barricades
in defence of their own interests while leaving ordinary people to pay the price of their brutal policies.
It's hardly a call to man the barricades
or storm the Sisu citadel.
Now organisers are looking for people to man the barricades
on Saturday and Sunday afternoons at the building in Wellington Street.
As fans tried to man the barricades
at Man U across the city, Stuart Pearce was being wheeled out amid much optimism as the new manager of the Blues and a fitting tribute was being unveiled to their greatest ever boss, Joe Mercer.
A desire to subvert the norm, to depart from tradition, to man the barricades
and tear up the rules?