Strictly ballroom brings back the crowds MIDDLESBROUGH municipal dances were winning customers back by putting the clock back
and changing the tempo to old time.
Earlier, the bench did not seem inclined to interfere with the high court order and stressed that it was like putting the clock back
Stating Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah must understand that the merger of Jammu and Kashmir with India was final and a closed chapter, BJP's National General Secretary Vijay Goel said that he (Omar) should know that there is no scope for reopening it or putting the clock back
A General Election contender for one of the safest Tory seats in the Midlands is putting the clock back
by holding traditional public meetings.
Why does everything have to be about putting the clock back
, rather than just saying the clock has moved and let's deal with that?
How tragic that we're putting the clock back
and often instead of helping prostitutes out of their degrading life into something better, some talk about legalising this horrific trade.