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WHEN Ladbrokes PR guru Mike Dillon put a proposal to his boss Chris Bell that the firm should sponsor the St Leger, and lay on a pounds 1 million bonus for the Triple Crown, he was pushing at an open door.
Gateshead Council were pushing at an open door," admits managing director Chris Quickfall.
Flanked by Dublin colleague Mary Lou McDonald, he said: "I think with the quieter element of unionism that isn't heard so often, we are pushing at an open door.
Even more importantly, we have always found that when it comes to mental health we've been pushing at an open door in Wales.
But Mr Pugh said: "I think we are pushing at an open door there
It seems Amanda was pushing at an open door, but she has let none of these backers down.
CBI chief Sir Digby Jones said: "After listening to the Chancellor we believe we are pushing at an open door on this one.
What's great about this research is that if we get it right, we could be pushing at an open door.
I am sure I will be pushing at an open door on Wednesday because red squirrels are an indigenous species and important to the ecology of Northumberland.
He said, 'If the report's authors want the food and drink manufacturing industry to take more action on food and health, they are pushing at an open door.