Doubts about Mr Skates' abilities were raised over the issue of the Circuit of Wales, where seven years and PS9million of taxpayers money were wasted, only for the single largest private investment proposal in the history of Wales to be turned down - despite comments from senior civil servants that the project provided good value for money and despite the Welsh Government trying to woo business investment whilst constantly moving the goal
After years of Washington moving the goal
posts, Wyoming should be able to move forward with managing our wildlife.
The constantly shifting goals of education are necessitating change and moving the goal
post from teacher-centric output to student-centric input.
That's how you get full employment, George - with genuine prosperity, not by moving the goal
Oh, and by the way, because the Welsh Assembly is continually moving the goal
posts and changing the guidelines on how and what the children should be taught, she also had to re-write some of the curriculum and change all the system of record keeping that is used to gauge the children's progress against the Assembly's ever changing targets.
This is what you call moving the goal
posts to the banks' benefit.
We are now involved in trapping our fellow citizens with rules and regulations and of course moving the goal
posts when it suits the speed camera section.
SMEs need an individual, good, bank manager who can deliver on what is required without moving the goal
posts, be practically understanding and able to cut out unnecessary bureaucracy and high costs.
A proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency to tighten particulate matter standards amounts to moving the goal
posts in the middle of the game and could jeopardize state highway safety improvements.
Richard Hannon Jnr said: "Every time people talk about Paco they keep moving the goal
The Government appears to be forever moving the goal
posts in order to push this flagship policy through.
I suggest that the EPA's efforts to tighten the standard amount to little more than moving the goal
posts at a time when the nation (outside the troublesome Los Angeles Basin and Houston) is close to being in compliance with the current standard.
I WOULD like to point out to your readers the government policy of moving the goal
posts for pensioners to work until they are 70.
Health bosses were last week accused of moving the goal
posts when they said they could not afford to harmonise pay for more than 850 staff unless everyone agreed to a service review that could see front-line job losses.
Pulitzer says the spinoff actually yielded a loss, and that the IRS is, in effect, moving the goal
posts to establish a taxable gain.