CHUMBAWAMBA'S tub thumping
days might be behind them but lyricist turned playwright Boff Whalley's certainly aren't judging by his fresh new musical about a socialist docker and his family tasting strikes, rock and roll and women's lib in 1960.
IALWAYS think of Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel as a proper rock band with a strong beat and tub thumping
But the most telling point, and the one that this law-abiding democrat considers the most important, is that under the current, and very wise leadership of this beloved country, not only can I still enjoy a crispy, cold one without having to listen to such tub thumping
, but I'm also allowed to write letters that criticise such attitudes and have them printed in a national newspaper.
But if you can hold the flag waving and tub thumping
for a minute the four clubs in question are three with a long tradition and rich history and a small, West London club choking on a Russian oligarch's cash.
A bit of tub thumping
and flag waving never hurt a heart bursting with pride and passion.
After years of pestering, shouting, tub thumping
etc, the NFU had finally managed to push the Government into launching a strategy to combat bovine TB.
The right-winger did a lot of tub thumping
and tried to make the right noises for party activists.
The Real Madrid recruit's arrival in front of the world's media was greeted with loud operatic music and a tub thumping
speech from president Florentino Perez.
After his refusal to indulge in tub thumping
about the deficit, Wall Street reacted swiftly.
Our American counterparts may pledge an oath of allegiance to such tub thumping
overkill, but we'll stay immune.
But I'm still struggling to decipher the hidden meaning in Mick McCarthy's triumphalist tub thumping
Iain Duncan Smith is not the usual tub thumping
At gigs last year there was almost more Fair Trade tub thumping
Itwas written by Alice Nutter, a former member of anarchist band Chumbawamba, but you won't catch me making any lame, tub thumping
"jokes" about struggling postman Wayne (who did his back in after slipping on some chips) getting knocked down and then getting back up again.