I don't think we are soft," he insisted - but then conceded: "But, yes, we need to toughen up
The Local Government Association (LGA) is calling on the government to toughen up
legislation in the Localism Bill, currently going through Parliament, which would make the registered keeper of a car liable for littering offences in the same way they are for speeding tickets or fly-tipping.
The conditioning process will help to toughen up
his feet but there are limits.
He said: "I had to toughen up
quick when I arrived here.
All of these "preventive" measures ultimately lengthen the time it takes the skin to toughen up
The findings of the research build the case for business people to toughen up.
The research also suggests that senior managers in the regions (outside London) may need to toughen up even more.
I saw it as a natural way of creating aggression and making sure they would toughen up
Because I was in a wholly maternal state at the point when we were supposed to start shooting, Doug said, 'OK, get your a** into boot camp and toughen up
, lady,'" The Daily Star quoted Watts as saying.
ARSENE WENGER has warned new French defender Pascal Cygan he will need to toughen up
for the rigours of the Premiership.
The plans also give unmarried fathers greater parental responsibility and toughen up
the law on domestic violence.
I told the game company to toughen up
the baddies," says Anthony.