Sign here and sign away
your life, it might as well have said.
Is he going to offer a referendum on the TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Protocol, or just sign away
It turns out all she wants is a signature, but does the dad-tobe really want to sign away
Finalists had to sign away
their image rights, so while they appear in videos and online ads for Sainsbury's, L'Oreal and Very.co.uk, show bosses and ITV get the money.
Argentinian strike star Tevez moved to rivals Manchester City last summer in a deal claimed by some sources to be pounds 47 million - way above the pounds 25 million his owner Kia Joorabchian was originally demanding to sign away
his rights to the South American.
He, therefore, does not have the democratic mandate to sign away
the people's rights under the European Union's Lisbon Treaty.
The decision will be a blow for North-east Labour MEP Stephen Hughes who had been a leading campaigner against the opt out - first secured by the Tories in 1993 - which means UK employers are legally entitled to ask staff to sign away
their right to a maximum 48-hour week.
One would have thought they could look like a gargoyle as long as they were honest, had backbone, put their country first and were not of the calibre to sign away
their country in the hope of a better job.
THE controversial EU Reform Treaty came under renewed attack today from senior MPs concerned that Gordon Brown is set to sign away
crucial powers to Brussels.
The ads the government is running say that no one can be forced to sign away
wages and benefits--'That's the law' states the ads.
Please write to your MP bef ore they sign away
our democratic rights.
A Liverpool crown court jury was told yesterday Paul Bradbury, 34, and Stewart Swain, 39, made 47-year-old Graham Ritchie sign away
his pounds 4,000 Toyota Corolla and took his mobile phone.
Archdeacon Beardy acknowledged, in an interview, that some natives feel the release may abrogate their legal rights under various historic treaty agreements and some do not want to sign away
the right to pursue loss of culture claims in the courts.
Other inmates were even persuaded by Archer to sign away
their own right to privacy.
The fountain pen Edward VIII used to sign away
his life as King is also going under the hammer.