And he would have an answer--he said it would strengthen his hand
While some believe this would mean the end of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, others think such a defeat could strengthen his hand
as most of the at-risk seats are held by New Labour supporters, whilst those who support Mr Corbyn hold much safer seats in the party's heartlands.
Donoghue is interested in succeeding Anthony Cunningham as Galway boss and O'Shea's possible availability as coach will strengthen his hand
To him thy aid impart Strengthen his hand
and heart Bid all his foes depart From English soil.
If confirmed in the final count, the result would represent a remarkable victory for the country's radical left prime minister Alexis Tsipras who argued that it would strengthen his hand
in demanding a better deal from the eurozone and the IMF.
which Tsipras argues will strengthen his hand
in future negotiations
Prime Minister David Cameron hailed the deal as a "very positive step forward" which would strengthen his hand
in G8 talks in which he has made tax avoidance a key issue.
(PM Qurei sought the accord to strengthen his hand
in peace negotiations with Sharon.
He also met key allies Lord Mandelson and Harriet Harman ahead of a Cabinet reshuffle tomorrow that he believes will strengthen his hand
But he hopes the three points will strengthen his hand
when he sits down with the club's number-crunchers .
A huge Labour majority will strengthen his hand
to modernise Britain.
He asked the people to strengthen his hands
for bringing the country of difficult times and assured that he will not let the people down.