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He added, "With falling revenues in both passenger and cargo operations the challenge is becoming greater as each month passes.
Therefore, I believe that HS2 is nothing more than an expansion to the London transport system - the journey time on the new Crossrail tube will be the same as on HS2 from Birmingham to London - a coincidence - and rather than the West Midlands becoming Greater Birmingham I see it as a suburb of Greater London - which may not necessarily be a bad thing.
He said that the impact of climate change on crops will vary both from year-to-year and from place-to-place - with the variability becoming greater as the weather becomes increasingly erratic.
IN RESPONSE to the recent letter from C Yates of Bootle, who was complaining about Merseyside becoming Greater Liverpool or Liverpool City Region.
Hardship is becoming greater and poverty is becoming worse for more people.
Secretary-General of the Arab Inter-parliamentary Union Nour Eddin Boshkoj said the position of Arab women is becoming greater in various societies and national, regional and international systems as a result of increasing the capacities to achieve social balance.
Dafir Al Ani, another banned Sunni MP, told Gulf News the US in Iraq has lost to Iran's influence, which is becoming greater.
It was the feeling that this great country of ours was visibly becoming greater right before our eyes.
Decisive action needs to be taken immediately to stop the spread of the virus or we run the risk of the impact of the virus becoming greater leading to higher losses.
For many the fear of losing the roof above their heads is becoming greater by the day.
Rogus present a textbook on producing television news in an era when ratings and budgets are dropping, competition is growing, and the pressure to trivialize the news becoming greater.