Clearly we don't think it's right that the taxpayer in Strathclyde, or indeed Scotland, should foot the bill
for another agency's inability to deliver a service.
Not only have they mis-sold them unsuitable products, which are failing to meet their mortgage target, they are now expecting these poor consumers to foot the bill
for industry wrongdoing.
The couple have also agreed to foot the bill
for music biz pals to fly over from the massive Prince's Trust concert in Hyde Park which takes place on the same day.
The funds themselves, however, don't foot the bill
One came recently when a federal court ruled that infertility would henceforth count as a disability, magically establishing a new requirement that employer health plans cover in vitro fertilization and other expensive treatments - and retroactively, too, since it may now be possible to demand that employers foot the bill
for expenses paid privately years ago for therapies that can cost tens of thousands of dollars per couple.
For every large corporation that receives "welfare," there are hundreds of small businessmen and owners who foot the bill
We're assuming you foot the bill
for any pedicures then, love.
Nell Soto, D-Ontario, would require rail companies to foot the bill
for measures communities take to get ready for a rail disaster.
Now the Government is to be asked to foot the bill
for the antiterrorist policing and to catch drug smugglers.
But Reiter cautions that if the city is to be compassionate and take care of all the people in need, "somebody has to foot the bill
More unbelievable, Brian talks the manager of Geoffrey's in Malibu to foot the bill
for a test-run dinner with a self-deluding Drew look-alike.
It's the Southern Health Board's own fault - they made the mistake and as a result they should foot the bill
," he said.
Until the Appeals Court determines the validity of proposed regulations, it's simply not fair to require taxpayers to foot the bill
for expensive changes that may not even improve water quality.