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Why not just let the Home Office and the secret service and our police get on with the job of making Britain safe instead of tying their hands behind their backs?
Whether because euro entry raised the prospect of tree-tiding by Italy on Germany's credit rating, or of greater discipline on Italian fiscal policymakers by tying their hands (the idea that motivated Italian elites' advocacy of the euro from the start), Italy was suddenly able to issue private- and public-sector debt at a much lower interest rate.
Or are you hiring them for their expertise and then tying their hands with rubber bands?
AMERICAN troops take no chances with these surrendering Iraqi soldiers yesterday - tying their hands and putting HOODS over their heads.
Younger directors tying their hands at drama, rather than documentaries, had a more challenging time of it.