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"The Prime Minister's negotiating strategy is collapsing around her and that's why we're in this impasse and the country is staring down the barrel of no deal," said Sir Keir.
Since her debut in March 2017, staring down Wall Street's charging bull statue, this bronze representation of a confident young girl has become an iconic symbol of female empowerment.
England's Test team is going backwards, staring down the barrel of their worst touring run and yet again their batsmen were ill-equipped to cope with the challenge from Tim Southee and Trent Boult.
At the Pyoengchang Olympics this winter, riders will be staring down a 1,372 meter track, with an 116 meter vertical drop throughout.
As Puerto Rico undergoes a crippling economic crisis, it is now staring down a second catastrophic hurricane in less than a month.
Pit Stop He sat on the wall, staring down at me, An appealing look in his eyes I could see, A ring on his leg I noticed straight away, A homing pigeon had come our way.
TYNEDALE chairman of rugby John Shotton says his side are "staring down a long dark tunnel" ahead of Saturday's National One trip to Loughborough Students.
Having lost 85-0 in the reverse fixture five weeks ago, the Wizards looked to be staring down the barrel again after four early tries put the visitors 24-0 up inside 24 minutes, wing Jonah Holmes completing a quickfire hat-trick.
NORWICH and Sunderland are both staring down the barrel of a relegation shotgun after yesterday's damaging defeats.
Indian pacemen Mohammed Shami (3-37) and Ishant Sharma (3-28) were the main destroyers for India and gave the tourists an outside chance after staring down the barrel during the morning session, the report added.
I think unless you say it, you''re going to be haunted for the rest of your life,Frost snapped while staring down the President.
Summary: Manchester: Kevin Pietersen defiantly struck a mature century but England were staring down the barrel ...