THE SNP have talked tough
on the failings of the benefits regime.
Once the ECB talked tough
, Greek prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, struck a conciliatory tone.
Though Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has talked tough
about the behavior of Russian President Vladimir Putin, she nevertheless distanced herself from Schauble's remarks, describing Crimea as a "standalone case.
Margaret and Barry Mizen said David Cameron has talked tough
on jailing blade-wielding thugs, but with minimal effect.
Prime Minister should have talked tough
from the ramparts of Red Fort.
DISSATISFIED by airlines' moves to lower airfares that had skyrocketed by over 300 per cent recently, the government talked tough
on Monday asking them to rationalise and bring down the airfares further.
Both Labour and the Conservatives have talked tough
about banning these cut-price booze deals and tackling the binge culture at the heart of Broken Britain.
a Katie Price, allegedly saw the singer's number flashing and gave it to beau Alex Reid, who talked tough
with Andre, accusing him of disrespect.
TORY leader David Cameron has talked tough
over the parliamentary expenses scandal.
TOUGH tackling Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko talked tough
to schoolchildren about stamping out racism.
Mr Blair also talked tough
on Europe, warning in a newspaper article that there could be no ``inner or outer core'' within the EU.
The man who hopes to be the next vice-president of the United States talked tough
on war and terrorism today, vowing to 'destroy' Al-Qaeda.
Philip Bushill-Matthews MEP, Conservative spokesman on employment in the European Parliament, said: 'This is the first time the UK Government has not only talked tough
on the side of business but has actually acted tough.
In years past, they talked tough
about drugs, deadbeat dads, and the death penalty.
Hayes talked tough
a year ago, when first elected to the board as a reformer who seemed to understand that schools should stop failing children.