scream (something) from the rooftops

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scream (something) from the rooftops

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to scream from the rooftops that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to scream it from the rooftops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel and have a bit of modesty about it.
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If the Labour Party was in opposition, its members would be screaming from the rooftops for a public inquiry into the sale of Siteserv and Mr O'Brien's loan arrangements with IBRC.
I feel like screaming from the rooftops "It doesn't have to be like this
We're screaming from the rooftops to increase awareness,'' Stuart added.
The 40-year-old actor, who is frequently touted as potentially the first black actor to play Bond, told Woman magazine that he would be screaming from the rooftops if he got the Bond part, but said that it was all just a rumour, the Daily Express reported.
The Inverness boss feels they should be screaming from the rooftops about the positive strides taken by the top flight this season.
ANUSHKA Sharma has been screaming from the rooftops against comparing with the likes of Kareena, Katrina and Priyanka.
In these days of severe budget cut-backs someone should be screaming from the rooftops about this utter waste of public funds and get the system changed for the good of everyone.
There were also some classic Goreisms: "The scientists are practically screaming from the rooftops," and "This would bring a screeching halt to human civilization and threaten life everywhere on Earth.
But it's a lot better than screaming from the rooftops like a fishwife, or bursting into tears at any given moment
But there's no doubt in my mind that if all the controversial incidents on and off the park had happened in an Old Firm clash the critics would be screaming from the rooftops about yet another "shame game".
It was only four months ago that a certain Act of Parliament had the mainstream media screaming from the rooftops that Armageddon was approaching.
In a business where clubs spend copious amounts of money keeping their dirty washing in the closet, Hearts have been screaming from the rooftops.
Meat prices have become the focus of many a supermarket price war, with all of the big chains screaming from the rooftops that they can sell us a whole chicken for pounds 2.
The Liberal Democrats made a very public pledge and now are having to contend with the way many existing traders, who cough up thousands in business rates, are screaming from the rooftops about the solution.
Charities and groups representing the most vulnerable in our society have long been screaming from the rooftops that the poor are being hit hardest and they have been stripped of the funds they need to help them.