EASTENDERS BBC1 MICK must be ruing the day
he ever got tangled up with Aidan as he wonders how he's going to get the drug dealers out of the Vic's toilets without landing himself in hospital.
RT Davies and Neil Hamilton must be ruing the day
they backed her for First Minister.
Justin Bieber must be ruing the day
he pelted a neighbour's house.
And that Jose Mourinho, who didn't fancy any of his strikers enough to play them at Old Trafford last week, will be ruing the day
that Chelsea allowed him to leave.
Many of those activists and party aficionados who gingerly agreed to the coalition with Plaid must be ruing the day
as they have been out-performed and out-manoeuvred by Plaid in power and have seen many loyal Labour voters turn to other parties as a consequence.
DINARA SAFINA must be ruing the day
her brother talked fellow Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova out of quitting tennis.
The three-pack-a-day smoker has quit cold turkey, and is now ruing the day
Flintoff, who has himself fallen prey three times in the course of three Tests and two one-dayers, could be forgiven for ruing the day
he decided to bait the world's fastest bowler with some good-natured banter.
He could be ruing the day
Peter Law was compelled to leave the party causing Labour to lose its majority, but strangely enough I'm not so sure he will be.
But now that EchoStar has upgraded its technology to make it easier to adhere to the blackout rules of the various professional sports leagues, one source says EchoStar may start ruing the day
it didn't try to keep DirecTV from securing a three-year lock on the NBA.
Carlisle, who included ex-Motherwell star Andy Walker as a triallist, were left ruing the day
they told their YTS trainee Townsley he wasn't good enough.
Internet Communications Corp (ICC) must be ruing the day
it got a call from Rocky Mountain Internet (RMI) to talk about a possible merger.
I do, for sure." Yet when it come to 'regrets', surely Campbell should be ruing the day
he signed for Notts County in the Fourth Division, purely for money, thus wasting half of his season.
WOLVES midfielder Nigel Quashie must have been ruing the day
he met the Maltese Wolves Supporters Club at the league leaders' Compton Park training ground ahead of their visit to Molineux for the clash against Charlton.
As he surveys the wreckage of his indecision this week, the procrastinating Prime Minister will be ruing the day
he put boys, chosen because of their fanatical loyalty to him, rather than their ability, into the jobs of men.