He added: "Adopting the laws, which have partisan gains, may further aggravate the current situation, calling on the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to consider positively servicing the citizen and getting away
from narrow partisan interests".
While the new surcharge is forecast to raise around pounds 500,000 a year for the airport, it simply cannot afford to turn off passengers who may look for alternative options when it comes to getting away
They took a large amount of cash before getting away
in a silver Vauxhall Vectra towards Trinity Street.
Then, once inside the pub, he destroyed two fruit machines worth pounds 2,000 before getting away
with just a handful of coins.
Other times, the adults delivered living prey, which has a greater chance of getting away
from his neighborhood, into college, will be Hector's only hope of survival.
John McCain isn't getting away
with his switch on the tax cuts.
Oxfam director Barbara Stocking said: "Illegal arms dealers are getting away
with murder on a daily basis.
THE days of Irish motorists getting away
with not paying their car tax or insurance is set to come to a rapid halt.
From changing doses to tapering off completely, chapters provide a logical program, not just a caution, making it a practical guide for any interested in getting away
from antidepressant use.
He said: 'Bluffing a bit, I called after her: 'Give the bag up, you're not getting away
It is outrageous that the very same people who are there to protect these women and girls are using their position and exploiting them instead--and they are getting away