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We trust local councillors responsible for this area and perhaps the manager of Segedunum, can bring pressure to bear upon those responsible to monitor and maintain this trail to a standard expected by visitors to the area.
As we are already - albeit to a small degree - a devolved nation, then surely something might be done through our membership of the EU or some other source to bring pressure to bear upon the Westminster dictatorship in order that at the very least Wales will benefit wholly from its own natural resources.
We will encourage and will continue to encourage our Pakistani friends to bring pressure to bear upon those safe havens," he said.
Allen said the US "will continue to encourage our Pakistani friends to bring pressure to bear upon those safe havens.
In reality, a better strategic approach may well be to infiltrate publicly held companies (by stock purchases) and then tactically exercise voting rights and other ownership privileges, et al, in an effort to bring pressure to bear upon corporate policy and practice," he wrote.
I have attempted to bring pressure to bear upon the Church authorities to admit that there are considerable shortcomings in the way in which complaints of clergy transgressions are handled.
By bringing this rally to the Council House, we are calling on the elected members of the council to bring pressure to bear upon the non-elected hospital trust members.
Congress to bring pressure to bear upon Iran to immediately release the 10 prisoners.
While perhaps not receiving any new significant funding from the West, the Russians would be able to recycle old funds embezzled and exported illegally with the help of Western nations that have enough capital to bring pressure to bear upon these offshore banking nations.
Is there no authority who will bring pressure to bear upon this airport management in defence of a long-established and worthwhile community asset?