double dealing


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A pattern is emerging of deceit and double dealing.
But when he heads to England to sell his special new formula for a quick, profitable score, his plans go comically awry when he gets stuck in Liverpool and becomes entangled in a bizarre web of double dealing and double crosses.
Brown rejected the charge, saying: "There was no conspiracy, no cover-up, no double dealing, no deal on oil, no attempt to instruct Scottish ministers, no private assurances by me to Colonel Gaddafi.
A CLASSIC tale of double dealing and split personalities is about to be retold.
Solicitor Paul Ralph, defending, said: "He feels they took advantage of him and that there was some double dealing.
GANGSTERS, murders, double dealing and classic sounds of the sixties are set to wow theatre-goers next week when the stage version of the classic film Get Carter comes to Hexham's Queen's Hall.
In the case of Merseytram, this is mainly due to double dealing by the Government.
But I have seen too many cover-ups, lies, double dealing, hypocrisy, weasel words, inhumanity and political chicanery over this scandal to get too excited.
Brown rejected the charge, saying: "On our part here was no conspiracy, no cover-up, no double dealing, no deal on oil, no attempt to instruct Scottish ministers, no private assurances by me to Colonel Gaddafi.
The story, which would win the award for Scoop of the Year, lifted the lid on the double dealing spy who was allowed to get away with murder.
The sleazy moves, the double dealing and the self interest which mark the political path were not for him.
The SNP accuse Labour of double dealing and "Nat Bashing".