Ye can, with your young eyes, read the small print
of the lies from here.
It was interesting to read his unilateral Declaration of Independence on the 23rd of December, but I think he, like many others, has failed to read the small print
Friday's Examiner advertised four such breaks in May and June at Malvern, Chelsea, Blenheim Palace and Hampton Court, each of these sound delightful until you read the small print
at the bottom "single room" supplement PS25/30 per person".
You'd have thought by now he'd know to read the small print
in any Osborne contract.
As with all aspects of financial planning, and at a time when oil prices have gone through the floor, it's never too late for the regional states to read the small print
, seek appropriate advice, and do some soul searching before signing up for yet another foray into Middle East turmoil.
Weight-conscious shoppers are being urged to read the small print
on foodstuffs (GDN, May 30).
When I got home, I read the small print
and saw that it contained organic dried cane syrup.
Read the small print
on all those asbestos commericals.
They must read the small print
well before signing up, according to a report.
But before you hand over your credit card, make sure you read the small print
Let's hope they read the small print
in the contract and won't have a nasty shock when they get on the show.
Had she read the small print
closely, she would have learned early on that cancelling the first order was a futile exercise.
But Robert, 64, read the small print
and discovered the group were tied into a contract they could not afford for six years.
A LAWYER nicknamed Mr Loophole was yesterday pounds 5,000 out of pocket after failing to read the small print
on a pet insurance policy.