As time goes by there appears to be a more profound message of our insecurity, of everyone's fear their past will catch up with them and they'll be brought to account
for all their shortcomings.
It's about time the people responsible for releasing them should be brought to account
as to how they came to those conclusions.
No-one has ever been brought to account
for the deaths.
To this day, Emma never knew the name of the soldier who shot her because no one was ever brought to account
but she always said she completely forgave him.
There will still be people walking through the streets of Ireland able to kill, and if these people are brought to account
it will be a sign that law and order prevails and not men of violence The five McCartney sisters and Mr McCartney's fiancAe Bridgeen Hagans were given strong support by US Envoy to Northern Ireland Mitchell Reiss and leading senators, including Ted Kennedy and Hillary Clinton.
Whoever planned this mess should be brought to account
The star, renowned for her numeracy, was brought to account
by presenter Richard Whiteley on the New Year's Day edition of the show.
Network Rail failed and should be brought to account
MARGARET Beckett tells us Saddam has been brought to account
Surely a publicly-funded body should be brought to account
for such a waste of taxpayers' money.
Public pressure for someone to be brought to account
led to an unsafe conviction, he told Lord Justice Swinton Thomas, Mr Justice Garland and Mr Justice Longmore, who delivered their judgment yesterday.
When the atom bomb brought the war to an end, none of the captured scientists were ever brought to account
That a 10-year-old boy should be left to bleed to death and no one be brought to account
is a shameful indictment on us all.
Fortune was finally brought to account
years after complaints had been made about him to the Bishop's office in Wexford.
And Tony Blair said: "Those responsible for terrorist attacks should be brought to account
in whatever manner is judged to be appropriate.