MANY firms in the West Midlands are continuing to fight back from the threat of insolvency - but a 'signifi-cant number' are treading a fine line
between collapse and survival.
Jenkins warned Phillips was "treading a fine line" and needed to "take responsibility for his actions."
"Mike Phillips is treading a fine line if he wants to hold onto his Wales jersey," said Jenkins in his column for a Sunday newspaper.
British butterfly record-holder James Hickman believes Bill Sweetenham is treading a fine line
with his "brash, bold and blunt" approach to his role as national performance director.
Treading a fine line
between funky rock and punk - The Smashing Pumpkins meet Fleetwood Mac - the South London band, who are one of the hottest new acts to emerge in the last couple of years, will release a fourth single to coincide with the tour.
RIO FERDINAND is "treading a fine line
" with his wage demands, according to Gary Pallister.
This society ought to be careful as they are treading a fine line
between being ``Welsh proud'' and racist.
A veteran of some forty years on stage, he understands as well as anyone that his art is anchored in sexual urgency, but he takes his time, carefully treading a fine line
between sophistication and soft-core; his much younger partner Marcela Duran, a raving beauty, adapts her fancy footwork to his pace.
RIO FERDINAND is 'treading a fine line
' with his massive wage demands, according to former United defender Gary Pallister.
"Naturally there is such an importance to this game that players will be treading a fine line
between good and bad .