They should reset the targets, not move the goal
Not much point having an airmile scheme if you move the goal
posts when it suits you.
Flame retardants represent an area of research that is constantly in demand as the need for ever safer materials and the changes in legislation and law move the goal
posts in terms of chemicals that are allowed, and the effect that removing current chemicals has on the materials in use at the present time.
And then lads' mags have to come along and move the goal
posts even further.
The decision to move the goal
posts of Ofsted inspection, treating Pupil Referal Units (PRUs) as if they were mainstream schools is tantamount to declaring Special Educational Needs to be an imaginary condition.
Mr Woodley said: "I am disgusted that a business such as Burton's Foods is threatening to move the goal
posts on a deal agreed by myself and its loyal and efficient workforce that guaranteed work until at least 2012.
CLASH Gerrard collides with Pernia; TUG OF WAR An angryWenger helps move the goal
I am incredulous that the RFU can move the goal
posts even during pre-season, let alone once the season has begun.
The EPA is trying to move the goal
posts once again, proposing a new standard in the range of 65 to 75 ppb--65 ppb is arguably close to background.
Despite an independent assessment of their rise, the Home Secretary, under the thumb of Gordon Brown, chooses to move the goal
posts, cry hard-up, and say the country cannot afford to pay the extra funding for police as it may push up inflation, while, at the same time, having a bottomless pit of taxpayers' money in place for the 2012 Olympics.
Industry-wide this is virtually unheard of hence the suggestion that must be sitting on plenty of unclaimed bets, but I suppose if a bookmaker can move the goal
posts with prices based on previous results as in the case of Manny Cook - see separate below - then anything goes.
But they are not prepared to move the goal
posts if a pensioner has to claim disab ility after 70.
But yesterday Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's adviser, Raanan Gissin, appeared to move the goal
posts and said Arafat would only be able to leave Ramallah if he put the suspects on trial.
To use our football metaphor, it's a good idea to move the goal
posts and, in our case, try to narrow the posts.
Liverpool City Council had no problem with accepting those conditions at the time but now they are trying to move the goal